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Why would somebody do this to a dog?

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Did you look at the first picture in the group?

Talk about an Atkins diet. Wink


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Yeah, I saw that ....

Anything to sell a few more chickens. Never mind that there is evidence that we should be eating LESS protein, not more.

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The 3rd photo reminds me....
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Let's hope

Let's hope that those eagles don't get quite as lost in their amorous adventures as the one in the picture at Yahoo.

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RE: why they would do it this time of year?

It was easier than making the poodle look like an Easter Bunny? Wink

But, getting back to decorating/dressing dogs....I don't even know why people put a neckerchief on a dog, It's not like they can blow their nose in it, use it as a bandage for first aid or they want to cover their face to commit a crime.

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A good one is #8
Leaping tiger

One more foot and 'yer outta here. I've a brother who complains about cats in general saying 'they're lazy, never work out, but can jump from floor to kitchen counter top effortlessly'. Makes no sense.

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