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Do mine eyes deceive me, or is Sailor blowing a bubble?
Your dog has nice taste in eyewear.
Hmm. Looks a bit like my great-grandmother in that hat. She was quite fashionable in her day.
Hee Hee Hee ha haa ha ha. (picks self up off floor) ha ho haa haa.Reminds me of the sort of thing I used to do to my cat as a young tacker. My cat once spent a day in a pram with a dolls sweater on and tennis balls "to make her look like a lady".
I like your hat, dog. Very fashionable.
Very comical! I also like the balls of yarn placed artfully in the background, on that blue chair . . .
Sigh! At least it is not a Christmas hat!
oh gosh! :)
Try doing that with a cat.-J.
I knew I was missing out not owning a dog.
Merry Christmas Mr Dog.
Oh god.Poor baby.
Is your dog a rescued greyhound? And is he a good kind of a dog to have (appreciating of course that you love him and he is obviously the Best Dog Ever)? We're (okay, I am) thinking of another dog and want to get one from the pound but am rather intrigued by the possibility of a greyhound... They can wear hats so well and I think that's important in a family dog (and so hard to find! Berets, now, that's another issue, any old poodle and his mother can carry off a beret)
No, he's not blowing a bubble, nor poking out his tongue. It's his name tag, hanging from his collar and glinting in the light so it looks odd.Yes, Sailor is a rescued greyhound. BEST DOGS EVER. Susan from five and two and Sueeeus will both back me up here. There's a link on my sidebar to the Greyhound Adoption Program if you want more information.
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