Twas a few weeks before Christmas/ and all through the land/the dogs were like, “What the f*ck, dude? /What’re you doin’ to me man?”
Haha!! Easy’s first experience in front of the studio lights, with wearable accessories. I think I blew his tiny little mind!
But, while he may have been slightly startled by this turn of events, he was a lot more professional than SOME dogs I could mention.
After 13 years, you’d think she’d be a little more pro about the whole thing. I’m not totally sure, but I think that was DSL (Doggie Sign Language) for “Go pork yourself, Box Face.”
Fae always goes to her happiest place / makes her sad clown look when I’m in the mood for Holiday Torture of Dogs.
But nothing was as bad for poor little Faedles as when I made her wear a reindeer outfit and sit on the lap of a half naked man during our “Sexy Santa” photoshoot fundraiser. She’ll be in therapy for the rest of her life.
Notice Addy is all “Yep, this is the life I deserve.” Self confident little booger.
“Aye aye, Cap’n. You know it.”
You know a woman has confidence when she thinks the world owes her a hot dude even though she’s going bald. That’s right, I said BALD. Addy is balding! She is losing all the hair on the top of her head (and on her tail). Apparently she has hereditary adult-onset follicular dysplasia colour dilution alopecia. Also known around these parts as Captain Picard Disease. It’s because she is a blue Italian Greyhound, so the blue hair is falling out and probably won’t grow back. Even worse, the white hairs are unaffected so she has a sprinkling of wispy white hairs across her bald head. It’s why she is wearing a hat in these photos.
I recently got a wireless trigger system for the lighting, which is why we were playing with them today. I was having a lot more fun than the WooTWoo were.
But, as in all things in life, Dexter enjoyed himself immensely. He even modestly covered his wiener with his tail (unlike TWooie, who covered his with fat and Wootie who, if you look closely, didn’t cover his at all!)
I even got Gemma to play. She is totally deaf and almost completely blind now, so really had no idea what was going on. It’s almost her two year anniversary of coming to The Food Lady’s house for “palliative” care. Longest hospice stay in history!
If you want Christmas photos, come join us again this year at Triple Tree Nurseries in Maple Ridge for pictures with Santa or Bumble! Check out our facebook page for all the info you need, and please remember to tell your friends!