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Friday, February 22, 2008


Duke does not like the snow. Getting him outfitted to go for walks is an ordeal.

7 inches and still coming down!

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Blogger Patti rambles...

But he's so cute in his outfit!!!

He reminds me of the dogs on the Beverly Hillbillies in this pic for some reason!

2/22/2008 01:25:00 PM

 
Blogger Sandra rambles...

I love dogs in clothes. I don't know why but there's nothing better than a dog in boots.

2/22/2008 02:50:00 PM

 
Blogger Retro Girl rambles...

OMG How CUTE!
Love the expression on his face...
You can see the sheer enthusiasm...lol.

2/22/2008 05:34:00 PM

 
Anonymous cajunvegan rambles...

How much trouble did you have to endure to get those boots on him? The Terrorist would totally freak out, but he does love his sweaters.

2/23/2008 11:25:00 PM

 
Blogger Sandra rambles...

He needs one of those Sherlock Holmes hats...you know, to complete the humiliation. Heh.

Do those boots really stay on, he doesn't kick them off when you're walking?

2/24/2008 10:47:00 AM

 
OpenID survivingmyself rambles...

hahaha! Man, my dog loves the snow, I would love for him not to pull me like a mad man the entire time.

2/24/2008 04:28:00 PM

 
Blogger Melissa rambles...

Patti - It's the hounddog look, I'm sure. Brazilian Mastiffs are part bloodhound, so he's got that droopy Hillbilly look about him. ;-)

Sandra - He totall needs a hat. We keep saying we're going to get him a monocle and I'll make him some spats to go over the boots to complete his Holmes look. As far as the boots go - he keeps them on because they've got indestructible velcro closures. They're called MuttLuks (ha!) and they're the only boots we can keep on him.

Retro girl - enthusiasm... yeah, that's exactly what that look is! ;-)

Cajunvegan - Believe it or not, he's pretty goof about letting us put them on him. He knows the drill by now. It's just time consuming because he doesn't have the best balance when he's on 3 legs (hit by a car before he came to live with us and broke his hip) so putting each boot on is a bit of a balancing act. As long as he can lean on us while we lift up one paw at a time it works fine.

Survivingmyself - We could have our dogs give each other lessons. You'rs could tell Duke how to enhoy himself and mine could clue yours in on how to be generally unenthused about the whole thing.

2/25/2008 11:29:00 AM

 

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