A Portrait of Three Dogs

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27

The Good.
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The Bad.
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And the….
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…YOU KNOW IT’S TRUE!!!!!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 27, 2009  

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  1. 6-27
    3:45
    am

    lol! Not to worry, Doogie’s hair will grow back and he will be as beautiful as ever!

  2. 6-27
    5:32
    am

    Awww…we’ve been calling our Westie “Slick”. Poor guys, but it has to be cooler and ‘Look Ma, no tangles!’

  3. 6-27
    6:05
    am

    AWwwwwww, doggies! And your plant is a Triffid, I’m sure of it!!!

  4. 6-27
    6:20
    am

    The middle pic looks like the paw got stuck in the doggie treat jar! So cute!

  5. 6-27
    6:28
    am

    OH the poor little guy. He needs a little something to make him feel better. A cookie. lol.

  6. 6-27
    6:30
    am

    …but don’t you love ’em? :happypuppy: :snoopy: :happypuppy:

  7. 6-27
    7:11
    am

    poor dookie! you know the saying”so ugly he’s cute” we will just have to go with that.

  8. 6-27
    7:50
    am

    Dookie has his place in this world and your heart. It doesn’t matter what he looks like! He’s still a sweetie!

  9. 6-27
    8:06
    am

    I think in Dookie’s case you might want to change that to ornery instead of ugly. He’s not really ugly.

  10. 6-27
    8:10
    am

    Whah, ha, ha, ha… poor Dookie.

  11. 6-27
    8:18
    am

    I love Dookie – my shitzu (sp) is Harry and he is opposite, all black with white spots and i like him shaved short, you can see his face and in the summer he is cooler. they are great dogs with great personalities. so maybe he is not as some others in looks but in personality and loyalty they make up for it.

  12. 6-27
    8:42
    am

    Oh my. Have you considered a new groomer? He’s still precious, in a Le Mis ragmuffin kinda way.

  13. 6-27
    8:49
    am

    THAT was hilarious!

    The third dog may be UGGGG-ly, but I bet he has a “wonderful personality”. ha

  14. 6-27
    10:50
    am

    Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. That handsome Dookie…I just love him!

  15. 6-27
    1:49
    pm

    You know he is adorable. Fess up!

  16. 6-27
    4:30
    pm

    :shroom: :purpleflower: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!!!! I think Dookie is shabby chic!! Have a great weekend! :sun:

  17. 6-28
    10:06
    am

    Dearest Coco,
    Oh how I have missed you! Have you been to the pond to chase the ducks? Glad to see you looking as sweet as ever :snoopy: . Thank you Suzanne for all of the wonderful pictures!

  18. 6-28
    11:08
    am

    The ugly just looks like a bad hair cut….he is a cutie….

  19. 6-28
    12:59
    pm

    Poor baby

  20. 6-28
    3:18
    pm

    You know very well that a great expensive hair dresser can do wonders to those of us girls who need a little “extra”. I say it’s all in the cut! Dookie poo needs a proper hair cut to make him look just wonderful! :wave:

  21. 2-21
    8:34
    pm

    Can you tell me what kind of dog Bommer is? We rescued a dog that looks just like Boomer when we lived in Charlotte NC.

  22. 2-21
    8:45
    pm

    Cathy, we have no idea what kind of dog Boomer is! Some kind of terrier mix is our best guess.

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