To Dye For

The images contained herein represent the biggest and most varied collection of tricked out poodles these two eyes have ever seen in one place.

The images contained herein represent the biggest and most varied collection of tricked out poodles these two eyes have ever seen in one place.

Even if you’re not nuts about decorative grooming, do what I do – pop open another browser window and enjoy the music, because the soundtrack is swinging…

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11 thoughts on “To Dye For

  1. It’s not the way I enjoy bonding with my dogs, but the decorated dogs enjoy the attention, the applause, the limelight or they certainly would let the world know if they didn’t.

  2. I am not a big fan of these kinds of things but I guess if the pooches don’t mind and they like it then more power to em….

  3. There really isn’t anything different about this than putting clothes, pjs, coats, etc., on your dog. What dog doesn’t enjoy the limelight! All breeds need to be groomed, this is just an artful way to do it.

  4. I always wonder how long it must take to get them to look like this! It’s not for me, and I don’t see the Greyhounds or the Shepherd volunteering for it, but the Poodles don’t seem to mind it. It’s definitely an art form, and hopefully it’s no harm, no fowl!

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