Arsehole Dog Refuses To Shake Off After Swim Unless Right Next To Owner

Dog splashing in water at beach

ALEX HICKEY | Lifestyle

AAAAARGH F**K OFF!

Maggie Adams’ dog Bella has begun absolutely taking the piss on their daily walks to the beach. 

Bella, a 4 year old chocolate labrador, has always loved the water. But she’s no longer content with simply swimming and running her way up the beach, as Maggie leisurely strolls barefoot on the sand.

She’s begun running over to Maggie after every small dip in the water.

“She’ll come straight from swimming to right where I’m walking and shake all the water all over me,” Maggie says.

“Then she’ll go straight back into the water and back out and do it again, over and over all the way along the beach.”

Maggie’s gone from often walking with friends or family to only doing it alone in order to prevent her loved ones from getting wet.

“I just want to come over to see her after I’ve gone swimming,” Bella says, with no sign of remorse whatsoever.

“I’ll be in the water then I’ll wonder what she’s up to and if she’s ok, so I go and see her. Once I’ve done that, I’m keen for another swim, so I dry myself off and go get wet again.”

When asked if she’d consider drying off even a few metres from Maggie, Bella said that was a silly idea.

“Why would I do that? I need to go and see Maggie – I’ve just been swimming. Anything could have happened. No, I have to run from the water to get to her, I couldn’t possibly wait to dry off.”

More to come. 

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