Pathetic Dog

Discussion in 'Dog Pictures and Pet Photos' started by Michiyo-Fir, May 17, 2012.

  1. Michiyo-Fir

    Michiyo-Fir New Member

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    I will never understand why Papillons looks so gross when bathed. These are from a while back, I forgot to post them somehow.

    didn't bother to edit since they're on my ipad and not my comp.

    Oh noes she shrank..

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    LOL her eyes..

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    Teal ...ice road...

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    OMG >.< SO cute! lol
     
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    Found one more from when my mom tried to wash Nia in the sink. The one and only time LOL. Never again.

    Dog water got all over the counter from her shaking..yuck.

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    Stringy wet ear fringe gives Papillons bonus Bath Woe powers lol
     
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    LOL it's the pathetic ears and sudden lack of poof! My LC GSD looks just pathetic when he swims/gets a bath whereas his brother, a regular stock coat, looks normal :) She's got that look down pat though!
     
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    I need to photograph Elsie the next time she gets a bath. I bathed her yesterday, and it was just sad.

    Paps do take it to the next level. They're sadness pros.
     

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