Do you ever paint your dogs toenails or dress them up or is that a little much for your type of dog?
Do you have a picture you would like to share?
I've never painted my cats' claws, and I'm not going to try!
I've never done my dogs nails but my female Newfoundland loves to play dress up. She'll wear t-shirts, ball caps and sunglasses.
I have never polished my dogs nails, although I did think about it when I had my female dog. My Simon would not want his manly-doggie nails polished, I am sure.
I used to make sweaters and dresses for my mom's dachshund, she loved it and would prance around. lol! We never polish their nails. My dog now is a male and would look silly.
My daughter-in-law polished the nails on her female pit and since she was a blue pit and her nails were lavender, it looked odd. Someone stole the dog though so they don't have a baby right now. She is badly missed. She was so well trained and so sweet with the kids. They climbed all over her.
no.I have a male golden retriever and I put easter bunny ears on him once and took a photo. It ended up on the news on Easter Sunday. It was hilariously cute but he was mortified. You can see his picture with his "ears" on if you check out my hub "my dog is nutz!"
I have a cat, and I think she would claw my eyes out if I tried to paint her nails. But, I love your picture.
This pup in the photo is such a cutie pie, and also has a look on his/her face like why me? LOL. I don't think I would paint their nails but yes I would put a bandanna around their neck or a cute bow on their head when we go for walks.
I have three beagles--they are beautiful creatures that need no adornments of any kind.
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