It's a new-ruin that reminds me of how much I hate it when I guess right; this is not a strip for those of you with weak constitutions.
Panel 1: As our story begins, we see Farley chewing on a plastic frog.
Panel 2: He does so so noisily, it attracts an angered Elly's attention.
Panel 3: She scares him out of a year's growth by yelling his name. You will notice that she's barefoot for some reason; this becomes important later.
Panel 4: She then screams AAAUGH and reminds us that he's chewed up Lizzie's new bath toy.
Panel 5: He doesn't understand what she means when she yells "Bad dog; you're a bad, bad dog" but he does know that she's upset with him.
Panel 6: She then bellows that he has his own toys to chew to bits and tells him to look at them; since she doesn't know the blindest thing about dogs, she actually thinks he understands the words as well as her angry tone of voice.
Panel 7: She then curses at him.
Panel 8: And then tells him to lie-down-do-you-hear-me-lie-down.
Panel 9: She then thought-bubbles "My gosh....and after all that..."
Panel 10: "...he still kisses my feet."
Summary: This is, of course, because she doesn't know an appeasement posture when she sees one; after all, she grew up without pets and thus will never quite understand what she's doing wrong.