It’s Doggityday!

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33 Responses to It’s Doggityday!

  1. Lucille says:

    Clark Gable and his Irish Setter dog Lord Reily

    Lucille Ball and her dog Jack

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  2. Lucille says:

    Bulldogs incredibly cheer on stray canine in Budweiser commercial

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  3. Gil says:

    Sniffy the warrior beagle….good thing its a statue… almost looks like a beagle armadillo!

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  4. Gil says:

    Lots of patience here.

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  5. Ann says:

    Looks like the mother in law of my puppy.

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  6. joshua says:

    happy diggitydogitydaze 2 everybody…..

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  7. Lucille says:

    A Shiba Inu with a special cut…

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    • joshua says:

      that is pretty sorta kinda weird IMO…

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      • The Tundra PA says:

        Not sorta. It is totally bizzaro weird, strange, and ugly. They affront this dog’s dignity, in a way that a harness does not.

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        • joshua says:

          so…..the dog needs a safe space, some warm cocoa, legos, and a puppy?

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        • I agree. Unless that’s Keith Ellison’s dog. But then, why would Keith “X” Ellison have a dog in the first place? Those people hate dogs.

          Funny aside, I don’t even dig the idea of putting costumes on animals at all, unless they’re utilitarian (like harnesses, like to keep them warm, like to actually armor them against weaponry and harm.)


    • czarowniczy says:

      This is an example of why some people shouldn’t have a dog. Unless it’s medical there’s generally no reason to shave a dog.


  8. Lucille says:

    Hugh Jackman and one of his French Bulldogs


    • joshua says:

      the collar tag is a link for the microchip monitoring service, and he has it surrounded with a plastic border guard that keeps the info from wearing off against rabies tags…plus, it glows in the dark.

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    • I love the quote on the whiteboard, behind them.

      Attributed to Baz Luhrmann. It’s true.

      According to 1 John 4, it’s true.

      1 John 4:18 There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.

      Ask Kanye West if he’s afraid to say “I support and love our POTUS, Donald Trump.”

      A friend at work, with deep Chicago roots, wants Kanye to be killed, and thinks that if he is, he deserved it, because he “dissed” Chicago peeps, and Obama. Kanye’s not afraid to speak the truth about who is killing who in Chicago, and the truth about who didn’t care for eight years of pretending to be our president, and for eight years of pretending to be from Chicago.

      I wasn’t afraid to say, out loud, that Kanye walked off the Democrat plantation, and is now being hunted down by the slaves who want to stay there, with dogs and shotguns, and who want Kanye to get back in his place. I said it.

      I told my former bossman’s brother a racially-tinged joke the other day, out loud. “What’s the worst thing about being a black jew? — The Germans make you sit in the back of the oven.” He was virtue-signally offended, of course, and said “You shouldn’t say that out loud.” If I didn’t say it out loud, it wouldn’t be a joke. Ask Richard Pryor. Ask Mel Brooks.

      They’d both love that joke.

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