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November 15, 2009

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Have to agree with the Green Acres suggestion --- I can just hear the theme music playing in the background -- too funny!!

Ah, turning into a couple of little divas? Maybe told the other dogs when they got home that if anyone messes w/ their bows they wouldn't get to dance w/ them at the next ball!

We used to have a male poodle that they would put a bow in his hair & when he got home between him & our male beagle they had the bows out in a matter of hours. What a blow to his male ego!

Apparently Trooper doesn't have an ear fetish. Molly is so pretty!

That is just one of the cutest things I have ever seen!!

You mean to say that Alayne never does any girlie stuff? Do Montana females all by-pass everything feminine? I'm guessing not and how cute the bows look. Tell the PetsMarts groomer gals well done and do it again!.

I know I read Trooper's story after he came to you, but it's so heartwarming to read it, again, from the perspective of time!

We are with you on the questions of dogs-as-accessories and accessories on dogs. My stomach sort of knots up, when I see what some people do to their dogs (think about Christmas, Halloween, etc.).

The petite bows do add more cuteness and I would never have guessed they would be lasted 2 weeks...in a ranch dog!

my dogs are indoor terriers and their bows last a day if we're lucky.

For some reason, this picture reminds of of Green Acres, lol...."New York is where I'd rather stay, I get allergic smelling hay".....

Tres chic! The ribbons are divine...

Oh, this is adorable!

Wow, two weeks...very sweet! You can take the girl out of NY but you can't take the NY out of the poodle! The beginning of winter at RDR as evident in the photo. Molly looked great on the Jack Hana show too!

Through 3 generations of multiple rescue dogs I have found that all of them males and females alike seem to like having ribbons on their collars (never had them on the ears). Your girls as always look like refined southern belles on their way to a tea dance.

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