New Hairdo

Apr
6


Morgan gave Dookie a clipping this weekend.


We’re not sure it’s an improvement.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 6, 2010  

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  1. 4-6
    1:20
    am

    Dookie is cute! Compared to that last picture I saw of Dookie, this would be an improvement!

  2. 4-6
    6:41
    am

    If ever there were a dog who seemed to enjoy being on a farm, it is this one. In NC, his name DOOKIE would be very popular today. We have lots of “Duke-ies” who cheered them on to their ACC Basketball Championship win last night!

    Our thoughts are with the families of the miners today.

    Jan
    GDP

  3. 4-6
    6:50
    am

    Dookie looks like, well…Dookie! I must admit, the short hairdo makes it easier to tell which end is which. I loved your blog on Sam-E. Did you see the number of comments? You definitely are one talented lady!

  4. 4-6
    7:12
    am

    Dookie, the farm dog, just wouldn’t be Dookie, the farm dog, without all of that hair! :lol: But NCG’s right, you can tell which end is which now! He’s beautiful always!

  5. 4-6
    8:38
    am

    Well yes, Dookie is Dookie. And very cute. And loveable, I am sure. Yes, loveable.

  6. 4-6
    8:43
    am

    I agree with the others – you can now tell which end is which. I’m sure he’s happy with losing some of his hair with the warmer weather coming. Loved your poem on the SAM-e blog, and am glad you have so many comments – hopefully they’ll ask you back! Also, great post about making cheese, and the pix of your Jersey cow.

  7. 4-6
    9:51
    am

    He’s been needing a trim! :snoopy: We used to have a chow mix that got that way and the first warm day, like 60 degrees he’d get a heat spot under a mat! So better to be trimmed up and nekid than to have to deal with those things! :woof: :happypuppy:

  8. 4-6
    10:21
    am

    Dookie, is that you?! Dookie reminds me of the character “Pig Pen” in the PEANUTS cartoons and comics.

  9. 4-6
    10:34
    am

    Hey Suzanne!

    Poor Dookie! :happypuppy: You MUST hide those scissors from Morgan! NOW!!!!! Go and find them and hide them!

    Angela :wave:

  10. 4-6
    11:45
    am

    I vote YES! Now, you can tell the front from the back. The neighbor has a “Dookie” and she looks very much like Dookie. It’s impossible to keep her clean when you live “in the country!”

  11. 4-6
    3:46
    pm

    I think that Morgan did an excellent job for the first time. I bet Doogie really appreciates it.

  12. 4-6
    8:27
    pm

    Cute doggie!!

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