There’s Something Wrong with Chloe!

May
28


Great Pyrs are supposed to be self-cleaning. But Chloe always looks like this. I think she’s defective!!


P.S. And get a load of those giant paws. Her paws are already bigger than Coco’s paws. She’s going to be a humongous dog!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 28, 2012  

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  1. 5-28
    8:12
    am

    Oh my … you scared me!!! Now I’m :lol: I guess you didn’t read the fine print. :happyflower:

  2. 5-28
    8:19
    am

    Typical toddler in the summer…grubby looking! ;)

  3. 5-28
    8:31
    am

    Dude! Don’t scare me like that! Glad it’s just a mud bath and not something worse! Don’t worry, it’ll drop off. :woof:

  4. 5-28
    8:53
    am

    Whew! Not a good way to start my day. (Guess she’ll never be a lap dog.)

  5. 5-28
    9:43
    am

    I wasn’t worried. I knew you wouldn’t title a post saying that something was actually wrong, “There’s Something Wrong …” She is entirely too cute. My dogs are both indoor dogs and we’ve had some wet weather. The hardwood floors are a constant battle. I get them nice and clean, and then I let the dogs out and back in … At least they’re not rolling in the mud like Chloe appears to be.

  6. 5-28
    10:05
    am

    As my grandson told me one time “He’s a working dog grandma…just like me …when I work I get real dirty!” They had been digging holes in the dirt. Chloe must be a working dog now.

  7. 5-28
    10:30
    am

    Ha! I can not wait to meet her…dirt and all!!!

  8. 5-28
    10:31
    am

    My dogs are black. So you can’t really see the dirt until they roll on the couch. As for Choe, I still wanna smooch that gritty little face LOL!

  9. 5-28
    11:10
    am

    you had me going with that post title. glad it simply a case of a pup being a pup. and an adorable one at that. huge paws and all. :airkiss:

  10. 5-28
    12:15
    pm

    my dogs are never clean for long. I swear they look for dirt after a bath just to get dirty again. lol.

  11. 5-28
    1:03
    pm

    Yikes! You scared me too! She reminds me of our Lab, Samantha-right after bathing her, she’d run out, and wallow in the nearest patch of dirt! One time we had a big pile of barnyard liter composting, and she wallowed in that too!

  12. 5-28
    1:51
    pm

    You scared me too! Naughty, Suzanne lol. Glad the only thing wrong is dirt lol.

  13. 5-28
    7:08
    pm

    A self cleaning dog? I thought only cats were self cleaning. This looks like any big dog I ever had. I love this photo. Chloe is my kind of dog.

  14. 5-28
    11:25
    pm

    Well, I’m glad my fear only lasted a moment. You must have thought it was funny, and it is, after the fact. My dog is tri color and the white gets really dirty in her long hair and then falls out. Lucky for her, I’ve been looking for dog shampoo, but haven’t bought any yet…..Like I have time to bathe her. She is a mini ausie.
    I hope you NEVER have to go through the scare with
    Chloe that you did with Coco.

  15. 5-29
    9:33
    am

    My teenage daughter’s name is Chloe. What’s wrong with Chloe?? I say this almost every day!! You did scare me, though!

  16. 5-30
    6:54
    am

    Chloe is still beautiful. My dogs love being dirty & they seem insulted when I spray dog freshener on them ! Have a good day everyone !

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