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Monday, December 19, 2011

Jazz In Wonderland

With summer here we once again opted to have our Jazz clippered, only this time we weren't going to make the same mistake as last year when we had all her hair taken off - a fully shaven dog was a big mistake because none of the kids (nor the adults initially) recognized her.

So we left her head and tale this year and what we've ended up with is something which reminds me of the Red Queen from Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland - a disproportionately large head on a wee little body.

This was last year's abortive effort -

Oh My Dog, What Have We Done?

1 comment:

Mrs B said...

much much MUCH better this year!

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