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Anyone watching "This Morning"

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by KathrynH, Apr 6, 2011.


  1. KathrynH

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    Cannot believe what i am seeing, a dog dressed up in a tutu!!!

    This woman is mental!!! :mad::mad::mad:
     
  2. suzy93074

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    LOL some people are bloody batty hun! I cant watch it :(:p
     
  3. babycham2002

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    That bull terrier was gorgeous as well.




    I can only take solice in the fact that they were both raw fed and getting all the medical attention they could possibly need with the acupuncture etc.
    Bloody tutus though!!!
    Even Percy my CC only wears practical clothing
     
  4. KathrynH

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    I dont agree with dressing any dog up in clothes etc, but if you see it you expect it to be a "lapdog" like a yorkie or a chichuacua but a "English bull terrier" is mental!!! That poor dog!! :mad::mad:

    The programme is on sky tonight if anyone does want to watch it, here is the right up from the show.

    Dog lovers are A Different Breed | This Morning - ITV.com
     
  5. Cazza1974

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    Yea I watched it and I was a bit :eek: at the dog in a tutu. Made me wonder if Hudson would suit one......can you buy them for cats?;):D
     
  6. T'is this afternoon here! o guess I missed it!:eek: Nope! I dont agree in dressing em up either! but admit to being a little partial to bling collars! the blingier the better! not that OH agrees:eek:
     
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    A bullie WAS IN A TUTU???????
    :yikes: :yikes:
     
  8. suzy93074

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    Ahhh will have a watch Kath ---- im not keen on seeing them dressed up in clothes either lol
     
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    They should just buy themselves a nice doll, hate to see dogs in sill non functional clothing :tongue_smilie:
     
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    OMG, that looks ridiculous! I mean a cute, funny outfit for a bulldog would be a hoodie or a t shirt with 'security' on it surely?? But a full on leotard and tutu??:eek:
    My frou frou little lap dog is wearing nothing but a tatty old collar and the faint odour of fox poop at the mo!!LOL:D
     
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    To be fair i dont think any clothing is practical for a dog.
     
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    dressing up is for children and sometimes adults....not pets! silly woman hey
     
  13. babycham2002

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    You do realise he is entirely bald on his body and has not an ounce of fat on him right?
    And that we've just had a winter where some mornings it was below freezing when he was to be walked ?
     
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    I hate clothes for dogs, i had a coat for my first springer as he was ill and needed it when it was cold. Dressing dogs up is my biggest HATES!!
     
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    CC's need them in winter, as do other really thin coated breeds, greyhounds for example
     
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    My short coated Chi needs clothing from late Autumn onwards, in fact in the really cold snowy weather she actually seized up she was so cold and I had to carry her!:rolleyes:
    I only dress her body warmer style layers though.;)
     
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    I think in some breeds hey do need coats, its the silly dressing up i hate and people with thick long coated breeds that think they need a coat because its cold.
     
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    Some people should just get a doll if they want something to dress up not a dog poor bullie :(. Some dogs need sensible coats or jumper fair enough but I don't agree with dressing them up
     
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