Multicolored Dogs?! What Next?

Posted By Ben Goulding, 14 July, 2009 | permalink

Multicolored Dogs. Image: caption-thisA growing trend seems to be multicolored dogs. No, this is not a genetic condition, but rather the decision of their overpowering owners.

Dog owners with nothing better to do, are becoming obsessed with dying the fur of their four legged pets. This trend began in China and spread to the West, but has it gone too far now?

Dogs will be taken to grooming parlors, not just for a trim and shampoo, but now for a full-body painting.

Although owners may be doing this with good intent, surely it is at the expense of the dog’s dignity. Perhaps owners should first dye their own hair multicolored and then let the dog decide if they theirs done.

Do you believe that fur dying is a harmless act which people do as a treat for their pets or are dog owners just trying to make their dog stand out from the crowd to compensate for the lack of attention they receive themselves?

Make your own mind up on this one.


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Matt Harris July 14, 2009

OMG Where can I get one of those! It looks like a cotton candy dog, something I’ve always dreamed of since my first visit to the state fair as a child.

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