These Misbehaving Dogs Are Getting Roasted Online, and We Can’t Stop LOLing

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Even good boys break bad from time to time. Such is the takeaway from the Cool Dog Group (a/k/a the only reason I haven't deleted my Facebook account and chucked my mobile device into their nearest body of water), where pet owners are asking fellow members to "roast" their misbehaving pups for all manner of infractions like poaching food and chomping on cherished footwear.

While the 641,000+ strong Facebook group is typically a celebration of all things canine, the shaming trend has spiked in popularity over the last few months.

And with good reason, because some of these mischievous woofers can't help but cause trouble with their (adorable) hijinks! Take, for example, this boof who made a big ole mess by tracking pawprints into his human's kitchen.

"Mulder snuck out and took a mud bath at 5am this morning. ROAST HIM 🤦"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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Eliciting thousands of reactions, jokes, and emoji-dusted responses, the hilarious image was a big hit with the CDG community.

Still, just to be clear, all of the chiding and ribbing is done in jest and most commenters refuse to take the bait, frequently spinning off elaborate excuses and defenses for the furry suspects.

Scroll below to see more of our favorites!

"Rolled in fox poop the second time in a week .... ROAST HER."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Came home to find this. Roast him!"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Marshmallow unleashed an ottoman full of billions of tiny styrofoam beads. Roast him."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"This guilty seal ate her Mammy's mooncup. Please roast her."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"She came charging through the doggy door like this. Roast her!!"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"He tried stealing this hedgehog from the store. Roast him."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Charlie got too tired at the dog park and had to be carried home. Roast him."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"She threw up on my carpet, roast her."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Roast this heckin’ pup. He was acting strange all weekend. Throwing up. Coughing. Moping around. Not eating. After bringing him to work most the day, $300, and a thorough vet visit later... he’s all tail wags & smiles."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
Basically Ferris Bueller in dog form amirite or amirite?
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"I can’t quite figure out who chewed up my favorite slipper... Please roast our Mazie Moon for doing the bad thing."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Everybody please roast naughty boy Banjo for lifting his leg and weeing on his brothers head on our morning walk. Something tells me he doesn’t feel bad!"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"This old mate got into the garbage bin and spread the rubbish EVERYWHERE. ROAST HIMMM."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
"Regrets? Nah, never heard of him."
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"We were going to throw out the couch next week anyways, but he still had to get into some trouble to discourage him from ruining future couches. Roast him."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Ruby ran away this week.... she ended up crossing yellow police tape and went into a scene of a homicide. Can y’all roast her?"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"She ate cat poop and has the nerve to wink at me! Please roast my dog."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Violet went surfing and caught a bag of tortillas. Roast her."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Zoe snuck into my room while I was in the shower and ate half a bag of cheese popcorn  Roast her."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Someone thinks she should be allowed in... I beg to differ! (The clean picture is included for reference.) Roast her!"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"Pablo Escobark left some contraband poop on the carpet... just in time for the robo vacuum to eat it and spread it everywhere. ROAST HIM!"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"This is a brand new pair of gloves... and also the third pair she’s managed to destroy. Roast her"

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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"This garbage boy keeps stealing the ornament that looks like him from the Christmas tree. ROAST HIM."

People are using social media to "roast" their pups and we can't stop LOLing
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The moral here? Even when dogs misbehave it's hard to stay angry at them.

Have you used social media to shame your pets? Share your story in the comments below!