Shoes, I see. He's lost. The dog is mischievous. He's trying on shoes.He's playing with the shoes. His name is Buster. My first dog was named Buster. He was an airedale and that's what this dog is. He went to play with the shoes, a lot of shoes. He's going to chew them.
The owner is looking for the dog. She'll take him out when she finds him. She'll feed him or scold him all the way home. That's what I would do if my dog chewed my shoes. He has his front paws on a shoe. He's already worked on that one.
After being scolded he'll lay on his bed in the kitchen for a couple of hours. When he wakes, he'll look for more. He'll eat because the shoes weren't very filling.
But they were nice looking shoes. He's looking to see what he's done. He can't figure all this out, all these things that don't belong. He's looking with curiosity. He's looking for his master. We know it's a mistress because of the shoes. They'll feed him - probably the end.