Friday, August 3, 2018

Square Dog Friday, i am badger

Square Dog Friday.
Best day of the week !

iwinston went to the groomers.
When we picked him up after his Herbal Body Wrap we had a BADGER !
He is suppose to be a Black Scotty but the gray and white hair keeps popping up.
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iwinston is a gud dug went to groomers and came out a different gud dug
iwinston is badger now











 some peoples' say iwinston is tiger that is gud
iwinston is likin' tigers

 hot hot hot hot
iwinston is sleepin' on cool floor in the sun

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Here is your pretty to start the weekend.



cheers,  parsnip





27 comments:

  1. i Winston the badger...he is still just adorable and I imagine smells lovely from the grooming. Our 2 definitely need a trim and bath, wish we had a groomer! Beautiful skies!

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    1. I love his groomers. You make an appointment like one does for yourself. They specialize in older, big, anxious and other gud dugs. When Watson was so ill they were so sweet and caring to him. With Scotties I like them groomed every 4 to 5 weeks.

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  2. Definitely a badger- he must know how much you love them :o)

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    1. I do love Badgers ! Now I have a Badger gud dug.

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  3. At least the light stripe isn't on the middle of his back or you could call him a skunk! :)

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    1. nonononono no to skunks they are very cute but .......

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    2. I was thinking skunk, too!

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  4. I've always been partial to badgers, we take our traveling with us. Our grey-striped tabby turn blonde in the summer.

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  5. Oh my! Goodness, that Badger look is FABULOUS! How does that happen? Gene pool? Miss Clairol? Magical Transfiguration? (I am a badger...I shall be the badger...POOF!) LOL. X

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    1. She said he was a black Scotty but I think there are some white or brindles in his history. I don't care but I think some people might.

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  6. Hi, Gayle!

    Looks like Winston is finally showing his true stripes! :) It is not clear to me how this happened. I thought Winston is a very young dog. Can you please explain? Now I am the one who is confused. :)

    I wish you and your animal companions a safe and happy weekend, dear friend Gayle!

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    1. Scotties can be white, brindled and black.
      He must have some white Scotties in his background.

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  7. I like the badger stripes. It is macho tough guy cool. Some groomers put bows on boy dogs. Phooey on that. This groomer is a keeper.

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  8. I kept waiting for the punch line. Is that really his natural coat? It's perfect whatever.

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    1. His white just keeps coming in. I just hope it stays.

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  9. Wow, Winston has got cool stripes! I wonder how the white furs were hiding before - maybe they’ll hide again over time? I love his coat with stripes as much as solid black :-)

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  10. Love the badger stripes. You could read the Frances books to him!

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    1. I have forgotten the Frances books. I read to all my Scotties about how a Scotty should act.
      iwinston does not believe me.

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    2. I've never read them but apparently there's a series of books written for cats. They're all in second-person (second-cat?) because, of course, what cat is remotely interested in a story about another cat?

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  12. Somehow I missed this post and wondered why you were calling Winston "badger"...now I get it! So cute!

    My Ginger has white and gray fur underneath her black top coat. If we ever had her trimmed I'm sure something similar would happen!

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  13. At least the light stripe isn't on the middle of his back or you could call him a skunk! :)

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