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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by pamperedpooch175, Aug 10, 2009.


  1. pamperedpooch175

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    Hi all I found this cool web site for dog clothes and accessories for all your pampered pets out there
     
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    haeveymolly PetForums VIP

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    O.M.G Noooooooo i hate dogs clothes.
     
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    alphadog PetForums VIP

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    Welcome to the forum! :D

    I won't say what I think of fashion dog clothes because it's your first post!! (but it's not favourable!);)
     
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    Hello and Welcome

    Sorry I don't like dog clothes, they've got fur coat that's all they need, expect raincoat when it's raining.
     
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    Burrowzig PetForums VIP

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    Welcome to the forum - but I can't be doing with dressing dogs up like dolls. These 'clothes' aren't as bad as some I've seen, but I dislike the principle. And why does the site bang on so much about 'designer' this and 'designer' that? Exactly what dog products weren't designed by somebody? Are there some that arose spontaneously by some horrific conglomeration of molecules?
     
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    nooooooooo
     
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    The only time ive bought a doggy t-shirt, was when Oscar had his leg off, and i needed to keep his compression bandage clean.

    He had two, one saying "biker dog" and a camo one. Once he stopped needing a dressing, then they were stored away. Were handy at the time though.

    Just dont agree with dressing dogs up for fun.
     
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    Oscar needs one when its raining sometimes and in cold weather... He's getting on a bit now bless him...
    I do get funny looks though and snide comments... :rolleyes:

    Welcome to the forum btw...
     
  9. DevilDogz

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    My baldies wear t-shirts! :D:D:D:D Bad me i should know better!!

    But i dont agree with these stupied out fits that have been made for dogs or owners dressing there dogs up for no reason!
     
  10. Acacia86

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    Lol!! Your cuties need them! Most of the doggie outfits are for fun and the owners sake rather than the dog :(
    I am totally against any dog clothes unless they are for a good reason. Like DD and Nonnie have said. Or for other breeds i.e the whippet etc Or even extremely bad weather.
    If people want to dress things up i suggest a Barbie doll or doll of any sort!

    Welcome to pet forums though. :)
     
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    bichonsrus PetForums Senior

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    it isnt just clothes on this site i actually liked the collars and dog bowl, did no one else notice?
     
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    I have to say, my dog (who died 3 months ago:-( ) lived inside and in winter going out into the cold often wet weather was a bit of a shock to the system, and he would often end up with an upset tummy. A dog coat (or rain coat when it was raining) did the trick and sorted out this problem. Just wanted to say it's not necessarily about fashion at all.
     
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    BigBearsRule PetForums Senior

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    Im sorry but agree with most of the previous posters.
    Dogs in clothes is a big no no for me, as are dogs in fashionable doggy carry bags. They have fur and legs let them be dogs not dolls
     
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    Welcome to the forum :D Some nice things on the site.

    I don't really mind dog clothes, perhaps that because i have a greyhounds and use fleece or a rain coat when needed. If your going to put something on to keep them warm why not go for something you like rather than a traditional styled coat as long as its comfy & does the job as well. Not so keen on idea of dressing up the dog everyday and carting it about in a handbag tho.
     
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    Hi thanks all for the kind welcomes.Personally I like the site and as one of the other replies stated it does have some lovely accessories on there like beds, bowls, toys etc. I have a weimaraner and he loves his rain jacket (but his is more like a horse blanket I have to say). I guess it is each to there own. Every dog is an individual and some of those tiny pampered dogs love being treated as such!! My dog may not wear the kinds of clothes they sell on there but he is definitely the baby in our house and pampered!
     
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    I cringe at the sparkly, diamond studded rubbish some shops sell ! Vile.
    Only if necessary should a dog wear clothes.....otherwise it's the owners who think it looks cool to dress their dogs in fake burberry..... vile!:)
     
  17. TabbyRoad

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    I'd like to know how you can tell he loves it :confused:
     
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    And for the record I detest dog clothes other than functional raincoats and the boots to cover injured paws.

    If I wanted something to dress up I'd get a teddy bear.
     
  19. Alfonz

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    As a newbie, I think some of the responses to this thread have been a bit harsh. Personally I'm not a lover of non practical dog clothes, but not because I think they harm the dog, I can just think of better things to spend my well earned money on.

    As the author of the thread said " each to their own "

    Give me a dressed dog who is happy - rather than a show dog that is drilled to perfection to perform like a bear in the zoo, just to make their owner feel like a winner :cursing:

    Food for thought.
     
  20. Patterdale_lover

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    They tell you that? :p
    A dog is an animal, they have no need for clothes, they don't "love" them they don't know what they are. They already have coats, they are not human children, they do not need coats and little sparkly collars etc. They wanna be out in the muck enjoying themselves and playfighting with other dogs.
    Clothes can be disorientating for a dog. I hate them.
     
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