Doggies for MIH

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Sorry MIH, I've been under the weather and I stink when I'm under the weather. To make it up, here is the winner of a doggie costume contest. Just look at those flippers!!!!

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Awe, how adorable. I love to dress my dog is little costumes, but I'm pretty sure I probably can't beat this one :!!)
 
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I was going to totally ignore this thread... until I realized who posted it. Anything posted by Evo is worth a look (as is anything a part of Evo :uhh:).
Considering that I don't like dogs, those are pretty cute pictures.
 
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OMG! :rofl:Dogs are so good at putting up with that stuff. Cats would plot to kill you in your sleep for that sort of thing!!

Thanks, Evo! :smile:

Hope you are feeling better.
 
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www.faildogs.com

Some of those are *NSFW* But it's otherwise hilarious.
 
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OMG! :rofl:Dogs are so good at putting up with that stuff. Cats would plot to kill you in your sleep for that sort of thing!!
Oh, I'd be dead before I got the first flipper on Foofer.
 
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Those are really cute poop, er, uhm, loops. :biggrin:
We've been calling him Dr. Loops! :biggrin:
 
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I have alot of outfits for my dog, and suprisingly, he doesn't mind to be in them :biggrin:

It's way too much fun dressing him up, lol.
 
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We've been calling him Dr. Loops! :biggrin:
Why are we calling him Dr. now? lol
 
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I have alot of outfits for my dog, and suprisingly, he doesn't mind to be in them :biggrin:

It's way too much fun dressing him up, lol.
Jeez, but I hope you're female...
Or should be we alerting Arildno to your presence? :biggrin:
 
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Jeez, but I hope you're female...
Or should be we alerting Arildno to your presence? :biggrin:
Yes, I am a female :smile: I sure would not do that if i wasn't, lol.
 
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I have NEVER had a dog that would tolerate being dressed up. Even as a kid, when I was more inclined toward such attempts, I couldn't get even the old, deaf and blind dog that did nothing but sleep all day to do as much as wear a bow on Christmas morning without shaking it off (even blind, he knew it made him look stupid I think).

I can't even imagine trying to put flippers on a dog. I wonder if the outfit was superglued on to keep the dog from shaking or chewing it off. :uhh:
 
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All the dogs we have had allowed us to put clothes on them. They look so cute!

The dog might have just stood there. I had a friend that had a dog and like it wouldn't move, it stood there like a statue :smile:
 
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I wonder if the outfit was superglued on to keep the dog from shaking or chewing it off. :uhh:
Well, it worked with the ex- and a rubber chicken...
 
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Jeez, but I hope you're female...
Or should be we alerting Arildno to your presence? :biggrin:
What's wrong with dressing up your dog?

Actually, aside from some cool shades, the only time I've done it is when I've been dragged through so many thrift stores and antique stores that I start to get slap happy and start finding absurd ways to amuse myself.

The tinted goggles serve a purpose. Driving around with the top and doors off or with your head hanging out the window is a lot of fun until something hits you in the eye at 45 to 75 mph. I'm less than enthusiastic about driving without sunglasses or glasses myself (which is why it occurred to me that maybe she could use some eye protection as well).

Unfortunately this Spring, she's a lot less tolerant of the goggles and has gotten really good at stripping them off in a couple of minutes. Maybe she'd like untinted goggles better. Whatever, it would be nice to figure something out, because a dog really should have some eye protection if you're driving anywhere fast.
 
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I've never understood doggy dressing.

But since I'm Dobe obsessed http://file025a.bebo.com/13/original/2007/08/12/00/2346298233a5248121667o.jpg" [Broken]

Hope you feel better soon Evo. :frown:
 
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http://file025a.bebo.com/13/original/2007/08/12/00/2346298233a5248121667o.jpg" [Broken]
Going by the letters that I can read, I assume it's a good thing that the entire message isn't visible...
 
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