Nov 29, 2010

Creative Grooming...?

It all started with this picture...of a POODLE, groomed as a horse.
Which kinda left me speechless for a while (edit: Because I honestly thought it was a pony.).

Photograph: Ren Netherland/Barcroft Media
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/aug/27/animal-stories-axolotl-panda-poodle

So I google-d around and to my, er, surprise...found more.

"Leonardoodle"
http://www.pinkcoyote.net/creativegrooming.html
http://www.mamapop.com/2009/08/preposterous-pooches-poodle-owners-pursue-the-rainbow-connection.html
The above poodle reminded me of a pokemon. =_="

Pet dragon anyone? XD
http://blogs.pe.com/pet_talk/2009/03/some-outrageous-poodle-groomin.html
The following pictures are from:
Photographed by Ren Netherland.

Peakadoodle?
Camel!
Capt. Jack Sparrow!
Buffalo
Snail
Cock-a-poodle
FUH! Multi-coloured Chinese style dragon!

The following are from:

duckling
Lion & zebra (so cute!)
My Little (poodle) Pony
Octopoodle!
And this one is pretty cool, haha:


I don't really know how to react to this "Creative Grooming". Some people say it's all in the name of art, some people find it cruel. All I know is, I'd prolly never subject my poodle (if I ever get one) to something like this. :P

Hugs n Kisses,
Di

NOTE: I've closed comments for this post as I don't want any flame wars on my blog. I apologize if this post offends anyone but there really shouldn't be a need to say mean things about this industry or should the comments cause anyone to feel the need to be defensive about creative grooming. This was just merely a post about my amusement in finding these images online. And so I compiled these photos. That is all. :) If you want to know more, read up/Google it. According to some comments, the dogs are well treated, the products are safe, non-toxic and harmless, this is done for contests and only lasts a few hours.

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