April 14, 2009

bad hair day?

Poor Seven had a bad experience at the groomers yesterday. Apparently, when you say "groom" the dog, they think shave off all their hair!
Seven BEFORE
All happy furry and cute


Seven AFTER

At least she's still smiling :)
They left her tail furry
Shaved her up to her ears!



22 comments:

  1. Poor Seven! Did you have to pay for that hack job? Piper says perhaps you should find a new barber seven (and in the meantime to you want to borrow some fur I have extra)

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  2. Good grief! Sometimes people take things too literal! Poor Seven..I'm not sure if I'd chuckle at that or be frustrated with the groomer - probably both!

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  3. Wow, that was a really strange "haircut" for the poor dog! Well, at least it grows back again :)

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  4. Well i can't see seven in any beauty pagents in the near future. Seriously, what were the groomers thinking.

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  5. Poor Seven, I have had a similar experience with our Schnoodle, all you could see was his skin! It will grow back soon.

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  6. Oh my goodness, poor doggie! Well, it looks, um, nice and cool for the summer?

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  7. They were just giving him some highlights!! At least he's still smiling!

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  8. Chemo dog? What was that person trying to do to your poor dog? I hope Seven's hair grows back soon! I guess you don't need a doggie sweater in Florida.

    kimybeee

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  9. wow i cant believe a groomer would skin a dog like that! i would report them to the BBB! Poor dog, must be awfully itchy with that shave job. poor thing.

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  10. I've looked at these pictures several times, and I still am laughing out loud. Especially at the tail. What were they thinking!!!

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  11. Poor pup. I know how he feels. I had a bad cut in January.

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  12. Poor seven! Kinda reminds me of a mullet...you know business in the front, party in the back! ha Thank goodness dogs hair grows pretty fast. :)

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  13. I wouldn't be using that groomer again! Poor Seven!

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  14. If a dog sheds, they shouldn't shave their hair unless you specifically request it. I would assume that type of dog just needed bathing. I wouldn't have paid for that!

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  15. Oh my gosh, that is freaking hilarious! I feel bad for Seven but he'll be ok. Wow, that gave me a good laugh. He still looks as cute as ever!

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  16. Holy Hell! I cannot stop laughing! Mike told me about it but I never imagined it would be so bad! She'll be fine & it makes for some funny pics & a funny story. She's still a sweetie pie & adorable! Where the heck did you take her??

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  17. HAHAHA poor Seven! She must be so embarrassed to go out in public!

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  18. Oh goodness! Seven's a cutie. She can pull it off!

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  19. I just started reading your blog and I have to say this cracked me up. I had a hack groomer job on one of our dachies and I almost cried when she came out. Luckily I was able to tell them NOT to do the same thing to the other beforehand. I can't believe they would equate shave to groom (bathe, etc).

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