No, it's not very easy to take good photos of a black dog in the snow, especially if you're in a hurry. Sophie was very happy to be released from the jaws of hell, and I would've loved to let her romp some more, but I needed to get to work. Oddly, the north side of town got like 6 inches of snow, while I got maybe 2. No need to haul out the snowblower yet.
I'll try to do a better portrait photo of the haircut tomorrow.
Fluffy is good, happy is even better! Sophie looks great!ReplyDelete
Look how pretty!ReplyDelete
she is so adorableReplyDelete
The process may be hell, but it appears that she likes the results of her beauty treatment.ReplyDelete
Now that you have a snowblower, you'll never get more than 2" of snow again.
None of our dogs likes baths, but they all seem to feel terrific when they are all clean.ReplyDelete
Soph looks great!
"Fluffy" is what the L and D nurses on my unit call obese patients.ReplyDelete
Thanks, all! She's managing to stay somewhat spry, too, happily.ReplyDelete
Betts, if that's the case, it was $40 well-spent!
Molly, must be based on that Boynton cartoon of the large cat: "I am not plump. I am fluffy." (Here's a photo. )