Dogs, apart from being amiable companions, are noted for their high intelligence and vast comprehension skills.
In some cases, however, just like humans, they make some dreadfully appalling choices that are in direct contradiction to their canine IQ, making us wonder, if just like humans, some pooches never learn.
Take a look at some of these pups’ awful decisions that have gotten them in various states of trouble:
#1. This dog who spent a night in the slammer.
#2 “…but I thought bee stings could give me plumper lips like Restylane or collagen injections.”
#3. This pup who thought he could go to the Halloween party as Buzz Lightyear.
#4. This dog who underestimated her Olympic high jump abilities.
#5. This former “Fantastic 4” fan who realized he will never be as flexible as Reed Richards.
#6. This math genius who wanted to compute hexagonal dimensions up close and personal.
#7. This pin cushion who thought having a porcupine BFF would be a lot of bristling fun. Not.
#8. This pup whose only goal was to catch that home run.
#9. This proud beauty who wanted to join Padaung giraffe women with their graceful necks.
#10. This cornered pooch who has come to the belated realization canines don’t rule the roost.
#11. This long-legged hound who was only seeking a good spot to relax.
#12. This quivering Corgi who will never participate in winter sports ever again.
#13. This beefy fellow who had one too many steaks for dinner.
#14. This goggle-eyed guy who realized too late heights and speed aren’t really his thing.
#15. This figure-conscious canine who wanted to start waist training along with the Kardashians.
#16. This puzzled pup who doesn’t understand why he can’t seem to swing like the rest of the kids.
#17. This senior citizen who lost his dentures crying out for help.
#18. This ardent nature lover who thought he might as well hug a tree in the middle of a Frisbee game.
#19. This poodle who went about learning how to knit the wrong way.
#20. This little girl who reckons she might have to cut down on the sweets.
#21. This fur ball who only wanted a do-it-yourself back rub.
#22. This sporty fellow training for bare-paw brick climbing before hitting a snag.
#23. This scandalized golden boy who can’t get over the fact he’d outgrown his favorite seat.
#24. This Romeo who won’t let a paltry fence keep him from his beloved Juliet.
And because like Spider-Man and Mary Jane, aren’t upside-down kisses just the best?
#25. Another of those waist-training fanatics.
#26. This wannabe chameleon who realized he can’t really blend in.
#27. This easy-going fellow who just wanted to chill out.
#28. This proud best friend of a yellow-jacket wasp.
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