A series of hilarious photographs capture the scenes of destruction in a family home after "one of the UK's naughtiest dogs " went on the rampage.
Roxy, an 18-month-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, has destroyed cushions, tissue paper, sweet wrappers and the Christmas tree and decorations.
Coral Davis, 28, bought Roxy for her two children last year but the family dog has since caused trouble "everywhere she's gone" and "on a daily basis".
The owner said: "I think she's probably one of the naughtiest dogs in the UK. It's like having a third child.
"She's a terror. She does these things on a daily basis. She tore up some cushions recently. I was at work and got home to find she'd ripped several cushions apart.
"The other day Roxy had done a poo under the Christmas tree as well. I woke up and found it – she had left me a little present under there.
"She's such a wild thing."
Coral, from Birmingham, has taken the comical pictures of Roxy after her acts of destruction. In many of the snaps, the dog can be seen posing proudly by the mess.
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The dog owner said: "She's just got one of those faces that has no remorse and full of mischief. She doesn't care.
"She's just proud of it every time. She loves it. I think she enjoys the atmosphere and the attention.
"Even taking her on walks is tough sometimes. If you take the kids out with you for a walk, she'll just pull the lead away. if she sees another dog, she'll be screaming and squealing like crazy to get over to them because she wants to play.
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"I'm forever telling her to stop or calm down when we are out. She is so hyper.
"She causes trouble everywhere she goes. We took her camping last year in Barmouth in north Wales and she hated the beach – she actually started crying. It wasn't her thing."
The family reluctantly decided to put a tree up this Christmas, concerned Roxy may ruin it.
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But days after his family put it up last week, the dog tore down all the baubles.
Coral added: "She ripped all the baubles off.
"I had put chairs around the tree to try to stop her from getting to it. When I got home though, she was sat on a chair and chewing on the tree.
"She actually chewed threw two sets of cables for Christmas lights last year. Luckily, she wasn't harmed.
"So she's a right little terror but she's so proud of it too. She loves being naughty.
"I don't think she has a problem though."
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