Anyone who has ever owned a dog knows that they can be mischievous little rascals who love doing things they shouldn’t.
While they usually behave most of the time and are very good boys, these events usually don’t cause any problems, and often create funny memories to look back on.
In this story, we will talk about how one company thought of an amazing idea on how to mark every time a dog has ruined one of their products, and they have done it exceptionally well.
A Wall Of Shame
As a company from Colorado that has been working for a long time, Liberty Puzzles specializes in making very engaging puzzles from laser-cut wood.
They have created so many products over the years, and began noticing an interesting pattern about some of them.
Apparently, a lot of buyers would get themselves a puzzle only for those same people to call for a replacement, as the old one got broken.
When inquired about how they were destroyed, people usually said that their dogs would destroy or chew on them.
One of the workers, Kamie Kennedy, told The Dodo: “When we started getting requests, we noticed that a lot of culprits were pets. As a ‘quid pro quo’ for making the piece, we asked people to send us pictures of the devious culprits.”
How The Idea Was Born
And, that’s basically how the idea of the “wall of shame” was born for this Colorado company. They started placing the pictures of every dog who had ever broken or chewed their puzzles.
While our furry friends were the culprits most of the time, there were other animals there, such as rabbits, pigs, parrots, and even robot vacuum cleaners.
Kennedy said: “We get a good amount of requests for replacement pieces. We probably add to the Wall of Shame weekly.”
While it might seem like the company might get tired of animals that keep destroying their products, Liberty Puzzles didn’t think so.
They noticed that a lot of people liked sharing photos of their pets after they destroyed a puzzle, and the company is more than happy to place it on the wall.
In fact, when it comes to how often this happens, Kennedy said: “We get a good amount of requests for replacement pieces. We probably add to the Wall of Shame weekly.”
As one might imagine, by the time they started doing this, the wall had filled up nicely, with several dozen pictures of pets who did this.
When you really think about it, this is really a wholesome way to mark such a simple and hilarious moment in your dog’s life.
It can one day lead you to reflect on the amazing times you have had with your dog and the memories you shared together.