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Dog tries his best to look innocent after destroying owner’s couch

  • The adorable canine gave his best puppy dog eyes when owner came home
  • Owner found back of his couch was so shredded the foundation was exposed
  • But the pup just stared into the distance, widening his eyes to look innocent  

One naughty pet put his puppy dog eyes to good use when he had a little too much fun with his owner’s very expensive couch.

The adorable white dog was ready to lay on his most sympathetic stare when his owner came through the front door after running errands.

As the owner came closer the dog widened his big brown eyes as if to say, ‘Who, me?’

This is the moment one adorable dog tried his best to look innocent after completely shredding his owner’s expensive couch

The owner came home after running some errands to find that the back of his $3,000 leather couch had been completely shredded 

The owner came home after running some errands to find that the back of his $3,000 leather couch had been completely shredded 

That’s when the owner turned the camera to show that the back of his $3,000 black leather couch had been completely shredded. 

The couch was so destroyed that the foundation had become exposed.

When the camera turned back onto the dog, the guilty pup quickly turned his face away. 

When the camera turned back onto the dog, the guilty pup quickly turned his face away.

When the camera turned back onto the dog, the guilty pup quickly turned his face away.

It was almost as if he couldn’t bear to look his owner in the face.

The pup stared into the distance, widening his eyes as he examined the destroyed couch.

Then he turned his head for a quick peep to see if his owner was buying the feigned innocence.

The adorable video was filmed in Quebec, Canada earlier this week. 

The pup stared into the distance, widening his eyes as he examined the destroyed couch

The pup stared into the distance, widening his eyes as he examined the destroyed couch

 

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