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Yes, this is a lounge for everything canine related.

Here's a cute vid:

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Finally, a dog lounge. Saw lots of cute dogs today when I was walking around. <3
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So what's a cute dog to you, allie?

Like this?

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Pretty cute. But the cutest dog I saw today kind of looked like Buddy.

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Buddy (left), Boo (right)

and Boo is supposed to be the world's cutest dog. Probably is.
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Dressing dogs should be a capital offense.
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Here's our fat puppy, Dean:

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Lammetje on Dec 4 2014, 07:48:43 PM wrote:Dressing dogs should be a capital offense.
Sometimes it's to keep them warm in winter.
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Lammetje on Dec 4 2014, 07:48:43 PM wrote:Dressing dogs should be a capital offense.
What's wrong with that? I'm sure they love dressing up:

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@Mighty: Real nice. :thumbsup: Btw, what costume did you buy your puppy this Halloween?
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Do you buy new outfits regularly, Local, or is it just when you want to spoil her?
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monty on Dec 4 2014, 07:54:05 PM wrote:@Mighty: Real nice. :thumbsup: Btw, what costume did you buy your puppy this Halloween?
He's too fat to fit into costumes :whistling: Also, we call him puppy but he's actually 5 years old.
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mightysparks on Dec 4 2014, 07:59:24 PM wrote:
monty on Dec 4 2014, 07:54:05 PM wrote:@Mighty: Real nice. :thumbsup: Btw, what costume did you buy your puppy this Halloween?
He's too fat to fit into costumes :whistling: Also, we call him puppy but he's actually 5 years old.
Bah, excuses, excuses. I'm sure you're dying to try out that bat suit on him.

Btw, your puppy looks real hungry in this pic. Did he get to eat from your plate?

http://i.imgur.com/JBuhEtB.jpg
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allisoncm on Dec 4 2014, 07:53:05 PM wrote:
Lammetje on Dec 4 2014, 07:48:43 PM wrote:Dressing dogs should be a capital offense.
Sometimes it's to keep them warm in winter.
Ok, I hadn't thought of that yet, but it just looks so wrong. :/
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monty on Dec 4 2014, 08:05:24 PM wrote:
mightysparks on Dec 4 2014, 07:59:24 PM wrote:
monty on Dec 4 2014, 07:54:05 PM wrote:@Mighty: Real nice. :thumbsup: Btw, what costume did you buy your puppy this Halloween?
He's too fat to fit into costumes :whistling: Also, we call him puppy but he's actually 5 years old.
Bah, excuses, excuses. I'm sure you're dying to try out that bat suit on him.

Btw, your puppy looks real hungry in this pic. Did he get to eat from your plate?

http://i.imgur.com/JBuhEtB.jpg
It's my mum's plate. He always gets to eat off their plates, but I always eat in my room so he doesn't get any of mine :P

The only 'clothing' we have for our dog is a raincoat thingy. And he looks so fecking adorable in it, I die every time.
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monty on Dec 4 2014, 07:58:06 PM wrote:Do you buy new outfits regularly, Local, or is it just when you want to spoil her?
Pwsht. If only. Any fashion advice I give her is apparently always ridiculous. <_<
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The guy is very annoying, but the puppy is extremely cute:

http://blog.theanimalrescuesite.com/tho ... m=20141202
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glad to see this thread, being an ailurophobe. I don't have pictures, just a surfeit of anecdotes -- never mind.
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Lammetje on Dec 4 2014, 07:48:43 PM wrote:Dressing dogs should be a capital offense.
A little bit of vinaigrette goes really well with dog, in my experience. :whistling:
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mightysparks on Dec 4 2014, 07:49:06 PM wrote:Here's our fat puppy, Dean:
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That's a very cute sweet dog.
Kasparius on Dec 4 2014, 09:06:24 PM wrote:The guy is very annoying, but the puppy is extremely cute:

http://blog.theanimalrescuesite.com/tho ... m=20141202
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This lounge was way overdue. I love dogs. (and I mean dogs, not oversized cavia's) :P) I've you could leave them on their own as easy as cats, didnt have to walk them 3 times a day at least and I didn't live in a tiny apartment I would get on.
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Lonewolf2003 on Dec 5 2014, 04:41:05 AM wrote:This lounge was way overdue. I love dogs. (and I mean dogs, not oversized cavia's) :P) I've you could leave them on their own as easy as cats, didnt have to walk them 3 times a day at least and I didn't live in a tiny apartment I would get on.
This, all of it.

I would love me a dog (and the bigger the better, currently I'd dig either a Carpathian Shepherd Dog or an Irish Wolfhound), but I have to be honest to myself and admit that I'm too lazy and comfortable to be a dog owner...

Edit: Or a Pyrenean mountain dog. I mean, look at this glorious beast!
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allisoncm on Dec 4 2014, 07:53:05 PM wrote:
Lammetje on Dec 4 2014, 07:48:43 PM wrote:Dressing dogs should be a capital offense.
Sometimes it's to keep them warm in winter.
Never. All dogs need to make their hair (?) during the winter. Actually people who put these things on their dogs don't respect them and don't care about their health; they customize a living being like a car or a smart phone.

Also, I don't like dogs. That's a disgusting creature. They don't care about their cleanliness like a cat, the eat the shit or anything dirty, they lick their own ass, their balls, and after this they lick their master when it's not their own master who suck them. There's in fact a lot of zoophilia among dog lovers and it's one of the last taboo. The legislations are different: it's legal for instance in Denmark and Finland while in other countries because we can't determine if the relation was obligated it's necessarily judged as cruelty, so forbidden.

I had a dog when I were a child. He couldn't enter into the house and we weren't allowed to suck his dick.

Anyway, if you still want to have sexual relationship (only in Finland and Denmark) with your dog, use a condom.

Zoophilia is an old story. For instance the genome of the crab louse revealed that it's very closed to the gorilla louse. Only 3 million years of genetic difference. It's not Cleopatra or even Moises but it was already humans. In gorilla nests. Tell this story to your dog, he will be jealous. Little puppy also wants to share its parasites.

Don't rape your dogs. Eat them instead.
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Little booties for the dogs when they have to go out in the snow in winter. It's cute & it protects their feet. Also a little jacket so they don't get extra cold.
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allisoncm on Dec 5 2014, 12:46:27 PM wrote:Little booties for the dogs when they have to go out in the snow in winter.
I thought it was to protect their feet from the salt that people tend to spread everywhere during the winter.
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allisoncm on Dec 5 2014, 12:46:27 PM wrote:Little booties for the dogs when they have to go out in the snow in winter. It's cute & it protects their feet. Also a little jacket so they don't get extra cold.
Isn't it best to carry them around in your satchel?
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Not if they have to go potty outside.
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The family dog and cat: occasionally best friends, occasionally enemies.
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Lilarcor on Dec 5 2014, 03:29:56 PM wrote:The family dog and cat: occasionally best friends, occasionally enemies.
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Nice! Also, whereabout was this photo taken? The nature there looks extremely pretty.
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metaller on Dec 5 2014, 04:44:41 PM wrote:
Lilarcor on Dec 5 2014, 03:29:56 PM wrote:The family dog and cat: occasionally best friends, occasionally enemies.
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Nice! Also, whereabout was this photo taken? The nature there looks extremely pretty.
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He's a fan of the snow unlike me.

Also, to the people saying they have an apartment, some dogs are great for apartments, like greyhounds and great danes.
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watchayakan on Dec 20 2014, 05:40:10 PM wrote:He's a fan of the snow unlike me.

Also, to the people saying they have an apartment, some dogs are great for apartments, like greyhounds and great danes.
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LarsC on Jan 9 2015, 08:17:22 AM wrote:
watchayakan on Dec 20 2014, 05:40:10 PM wrote:He's a fan of the snow unlike me.

Also, to the people saying they have an apartment, some dogs are great for apartments, like greyhounds and great danes.
"This video is private."
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N'aww. That's like Dean on wet grass :D
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