Monday Musings ~ June 15, 2018

Here’s hoping today is happy and bright. Happy Monday.

Live, love, bark! 🐾

65 thoughts on “Monday Musings ~ June 15, 2018

  1. Wow, you two look amazing!! Those are some fancy-dancy hairdo’s, I’ll bet you’ll be turning heads big time!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

  2. Cold mornings but a pleasant 15C during the day. Sorry but painted, multi- coloured dogs are not for me. I like my Benji just the colour he is. Still, when all is said, a bright way to start the week – even if you don’t agree with it…

  3. Those rainbow pups do make us smile, but we hope no one ever tries to do that to us:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  4. My first reaction was that these puppers were tattooed as part of the national LGBTQ Pride Day activities. You know, rainbow dogs. But maybe it’s just Poodle Pride, which should, of course, have its own day of celebration.

  5. fun! I saw a girl at Pier 1 with fuchia to golden hair and it was gorgeous. Of course she did it on her own but what fun. I used to color my hair and would now but for allergies

    1. Personally I think if you want to do that on yourself, that’s your choice. Your dog on the other hand doesn’t have a say in exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals. This coming from someone who just had a bright blue streak put in their own hair. 😲

      1. I think so too. Dress up your pets all ya want, but don’t be coloring their hair since they can’t protest such a thing . . .

  6. Until I read some comments, I had not realized that these were real dogs. It had not occurred to me that people could do that to dogs! A dog is a noble animal, not a mannequin (on the catwalk).
    Enjoy your week,
    Pit

      1. I don’t know, I think I’m too used to coffee for it to wake me up. For that, I need tea. If I brew that with a lot of tea and a very short brewing time, that helps.

  7. Choppy should count her blessings every day that she is not light-colored.

    Many years ago, my grandparents’ German Shepherd wandered into the small town near them at homecoming. The high school’s colors were purple and gold – and so was the dog when he returned home! (He likely enjoyed the whole thing immensely).

  8. Very trendy, and I have recently read alarming reports about this kind of thing. Sam is lucky to have a Mom who is smarter than this. πŸ™‚ Give the pups a big kisses for me, and wishing you all a great week.

  9. Oh Lawdy, those poor Poodles! If I had ever done that to Kissy, my Mom would have reached down from Heaven and smacked me (HARD!) upside the head! But, back then such hair paint was not available.

    On that note, one day – back when Ducky was barely a year old – I was headed down to daycare to pick Ducky up and I saw a woman walking her Golden Retriever. At first I didn’t even realize it was a Golden because she had had the poor dog painted.
    Are you ready for this? The poor dog was painted BRIGHT PURPLE! Like King George VI’s regal robes, only brighter! I almost pulled over and read her the riot act. Golly-damn! When will people learn that stuff trigger carcinogenic reactions??! Goldens are susceptible enough to all sorts of canine cancers. Why increase the chances?!

    Okay, rant over.

    1. Rant away, friend! Personally, I’m not in favor of dying dog fur in any way, shape or form. And doing that to a Golden is criminal in my books. I only used the image to wake up since one dog decided to have a bout of colitis and woke me several times during the night needing to go outside. Poor thing. I’m a bit of a zombie now. After yesterday’s hail storm, we have a lot of moisture in the air with cool temps this morning. It was 48 when we left the house at 6 AM. As in glove weather! I know I’ll be jonesing for it once the temps rise to the 90’s this week!

      1. Me too. I’m not functioning very well and neither is he which is doubly sad since he’s up for hospital duty this week which means a bath and groom job today. πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€

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