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Topic: Even Thanksgiving Requires Dog Costumes!  (Read 5153 times)
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« Reply #10 on: November 21, 2012 08:41:22 PM »

Can't pull myself away from the Thanksgiving Dogs...The buckles. The waddle (thanks for enlightening me on what that thing is really called). The hidden ears (there's something about dogs with things on their heads that keep their ears tucked in). The rump-shot of the feathers that inevitably includes a snout approaching that rump.
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Thanks!  I have splattered that first photo all over the internet, because I can't get enough myself.  Wink  When I took the bonnet off of Betty she did one of those long-haired-lady-takes-off-a-helmet-to-reveal-she-is-a-lady hair shakes, except it was her ears instead of her hair.

Oh god - that is so unbelievably adorable!  I love love love it!  You're pups are so good to play along with the dress up.  I have to admit that I love the lil' pilgrim the best - her expression makes it!

I admit to loving the pilgrim, too!  I'm pretty sure she'll be Hester Prin for Halloween with a scarlet "J" for the sin of jumping.
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« Reply #11 on: November 22, 2012 04:03:51 AM »

I seriously love this.  What an awesome idea!
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« Reply #12 on: November 22, 2012 06:00:10 AM »

My Thanksgiving is happier now!  Thanks for posting this!!!
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« Reply #13 on: November 22, 2012 01:47:49 PM »

Thanks so much you guys!

My Thanksgiving is happier now!  Thanks for posting this!!!

YEY!  That's so nice to hear.
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« Reply #14 on: November 30, 2012 12:34:42 PM »

In an interesting twist 2 different people to whom we emailed this photo thought that the turkey was an American Indian.  Two interesting facts, both were straight males and both have some American Indian heritage, one is involved with the community to some degree, the other is not.  Perhaps a bigger wattle?  Perhaps it was just them?
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You just crack me up!!! Every time. Call me Humpty Dumpty. These are too cute. Have you showed them the mirror? Did they blush? OK...for Christmas, I want a Santa dog, and an Elf. And for Valentine, how about you take a heart box, and cut a hole in the bottom for their head? Don't feed them the chocolate...not good for dogs, but some felt chocolates might be a good touch. Humm...St. Patricks?Huh I think the gurlzz would look good in green!

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« Reply #16 on: November 19, 2013 08:35:10 AM »

You just crack me up!!! Every time. Call me Humpty Dumpty. These are too cute. Have you showed them the mirror? Did they blush? OK...for Christmas, I want a Santa dog, and an Elf. And for Valentine, how about you take a heart box, and cut a hole in the bottom for their head? Don't feed them the chocolate...not good for dogs, but some felt chocolates might be a good touch. Humm...St. Patricks?Huh I think the gurlzz would look good in green!

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They were a reindeer and an elf for xmas, no Valentines, but were leprechauns for St Paddy's.
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