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Posted on:1/12/04 11:22 PM
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Hooptastic said...
Woof woof ba-woof, grunt woof. (translated..."I'm a German Shep but I'm getting old and have a bum knee. I'm going to ask mom to make me one for rainy walkies out of water wicking material! Thanks for the great review, she's been eye-balling that pattern for a while!)
12/6/07 7:17 AM
SewEccentric said...
THAT is absolutely ADORABLE! I think Barkley is smitten.
3/10/04 0:54 AM
Debbie Cook said...
"Spot" (actually Pepper) seems to really love her new (and only) outfit. She's not tried to get out of it at all. We all went for a walk tonight and it was chilly (for us in Florida) and she was loving it!
1/14/04 11:43 PM
JDpenelope said...
Debbie, great job. Love your photo--I'm still smiling. (I think this is the same fleece that Jackie M used in one of her reviews of dog coats.) Your coat is perfect--does "Spot" agree?
1/14/04 7:42 AM
Enid E said...
Just have to love this! The print is just too perfect...thanks Debbie
1/13/04 9:14 AM
Ann C said...
Love it!
1/13/04 8:21 AM
LindaB said...
Wonderful ! What is your dog's name ? Not Spot, right ?
1/13/04 8:20 AM
cindyann said...
OMG that's hilarious!
1/13/04 7:08 AM
Lou. said...
Too cute!!
1/13/04 5:53 AM
Karen Bowers said...
thanks for the giggle!
1/13/04 0:09 AM
Debbie Cook said...
Yes, but she's a bit short to really fool anyone! To put on the shirt, first it goes over her head, then put her two front legs in, then the back legs. Sort of like how you'd step into a jumpsuit, but without zipping it up ... since there is no middle section. There's also no rear section ... for obvious reasons!
1/12/04 11:57 PM
Ruth C said...
How cute! I'm still laughing at the picture. Is she trying to be a dalmation? Question--How easy/difficult is it to put it on her? I make coats regularly for my dogs, but have never tried on of these with legs.
1/12/04 11:48 PM
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