Cathy, I do believe she's embarrassed! We had a miniature poodle several years ago who used to get the same look on his face when he came home from the groomer with a purple bow in his hair.
She looks as embarrassed as my dog was when I put that hunting vest on him!
Lol! That is priceless! Just like a kid to not appreciate all we do, huh? Have a wonderful day!
We did this for my dog when I was younger. We bought him a sweater because the weather was so cold and he needed it to go outside and do his business. I took him to my room, put the sweater on and walked over to open the patio door. No dog. I called and still no dog. I found him cowering in my room, nose to the ground looking too ashamed to show himself to the world. I took off the sweater and he shot out of the room and went straight outside. Apparently red wasn't his color.
Yep. Embarassed dog.Both of mine used to resist me putting them on ... except when it got down around -35 or colder. After one or two efforts to take care of their business (and getting feet so cold that they ended up just curling up into a ball of dog and whimpering) they stopped fighting the booties. They stood there nicely then.Of course, when not on a leash and able to run around freely, they don't get cold feet so quickly.
That's hilarious, but I think she is a little ashamed. No proud dog of her breeding should be seen like that, lol.My grandparents would get their poodle groomed and the groomer always painted it's nails blue. That dog hid in the back seat of the car, paws over snout, like it was ashamed to be seen. It would do that for days until they got fingernail polish remover and cleaned it off.
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