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I know its still a bit early, but do any of you dress up your dog?
 

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alvin and the chipmunks!

duck tales?

i guess thats probably what everyone thinks of first haha. im obviously not too creative XD
 

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the boy ruins the charlies angels idea. hahaha.

i used to looove Duck Tales. Sad as it is, I can still sing the theme.
 

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Thanks! Those two are my fav quotes but I've been too lazy to do any type of signature. =)

I want to dress up my sibe pup...but theres not too many costumes for a bigger pup. =*( Unless I make it myself which I can already tell you, I will be too lazy to do haha
 

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I just tried some butterfly wings on my longer, mostly black small dog and he was the cutest thing ever!
 

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I hate to throw a damper on this thread ... well, no not really. :smile:

I hate to see dogs dressed up in costumes any time of the year but particularly those hideous halloween outifits. It really greatly demeans them. These dogs are not furry little children. They are not meant to be dressed up in rediculous outifits. I was really upset one time when I saw two of the most regal Great Danes you ever saw dressed up to look like clowns.
 

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I just tried some butterfly wings on my longer, mostly black small dog and he was the cutest thing ever!
We bought a kid size pink tutu and wings for one of our dogs at the dollar store, she wore them along with a pink feather boa. My hubby works at a nursing facility and brought her to work on halloween like that and the residents loved it.
She doesn't seem to mind being dressed up silly and loves the attention she gets.
 

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I hate to throw a damper on this thread ... well, no not really. :smile:

I hate to see dogs dressed up in costumes any time of the year but particularly those hideous halloween outifits. It really greatly demeans them. These dogs are not furry little children. They are not meant to be dressed up in rediculous outifits. I was really upset one time when I saw two of the most regal Great Danes you ever saw dressed up to look like clowns.
You're right, they aren't furry little children. But that doesn't mean we can't have some fun with them and dress them up once in a while.

When we were kids we used to dress up our dogs. I put my younger sisters pajamas on one of the Dobermans when we had a bunch of friends over, it was hysterical. The dog didn't seem to mind and seemed to enjoy all the attention. If you think Great Danes look funny dressed like clowns, you should have seen Dobermans dressed in pink pajamas.
 

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I don't think they are ridiculous. My dogs seem to like wearing clothes. They walk around, head held high... pereening almost. If they acted like it was torture, tearing at the outfits, trying to take it off then I wouldn't dress them up. Maybe I will stop when I have kids, until then my furbabies are going glamorous! Lol :]
 

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I don't think they are ridiculous. My dogs seem to like wearing clothes. They walk around, head held high... pereening almost. If they acted like it was torture, tearing at the outfits, trying to take it off then I wouldn't dress them up. Maybe I will stop when I have kids, until then my furbabies are going glamorous! Lol :]
I've tried putting hats or silly things on other dogs that just don't like it, so I don't force the issue. Two of my dogs don't seem to mind at all, so I have my fun with them and they really do seem to enjoy it. So why not?
 
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