When good dogs do bad things, what's a dog owner to do? Some post humorous photos of their naughty canines, a trend started by Pascale Lemire, a Vancouver woman whose two cute dogs -- Beau and Dasha -- were the inspiration for the wildly popular dog shaming photo meme.
Lemire's dog shaming empire, which includes a website, social media pages, book and calendars, began simply enough when she caught her dachshund Beau eating her fiancé's underwear.
Lemire affectionately describes Beau, a rescue dog, as "always kind of a troublemaker." She told CBS News she once found him on the kitchen table with no idea how he got there.
Here's Beau in a photo taken by Lemire's fiancé in 2012 after the dog ate his underwear. The couple thought the photo was hilarious so she posted it to her personal Tumblr page. By the next morning she had 1,000 comments. The instant reaction soon included thousands of people sending in photos of their own dogs with funny signs. Within three weeks Lemire had received calls from publishers and quit her job to curate the images.