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My sister thought it would be funny to put her hat on the dogs and take pics and it turned out it was actually quite funny.:eek: They made me laugh so i thought i would share them. :)

They think they are cool.





Feel free to share any of your pooches. :D
 

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Before my sister turned into a grumpy teenager I often came home to find dressed-up dogs!







Fortunately their tolerance for small people is very high indeed :)
 

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They must have a high tolerence because my dogs would not let me do that to them and I can do just about anything to them. Thanks great.
Nicky will do anything for a bit of attention and Tig LOVES dressing up. If you put something on him he sits all proud, when you take it off he runs to the wardrobe and whines. :D Strange dogs, i know. :blink:
 

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My sister thought it would be funny to put her hat on the dogs and take pics and it turned out it was actually quite funny.:eek: They made me laugh so i thought i would share them. :)

They think they are cool.





Feel free to share any of your pooches. :D
That third pic is hilarious :D
 

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That is so cool. You have trained your dogs well. Congrats.
Thank you.:eek:
You wouldn't say that if you met us on a walk!:p Na, they are good dogs. Wouldn't change them for the world. :001_wub:
 

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