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Thursday, August 16, 2007


Our springer spaniel, Binzen is getting pretty shaggy. He doesn't mind too much, but I do. All that long hair traps twigs and dirt when he is out on his romps through the forest. Then he wants to come in the house and shed the debris all over my carpet and couch. So he's got a date with the clippers. Tomorrow I will post his new look. Stay tuned for it and be sure to give him your opinions on his new "DO". One good thing about these dogs, is that they don't shed hair, hence the need to be groomed, so they make a great pet for people with allergies to pet hair. Their fur is like soft wool and doesn't cause itching and sniffling such as a regular dog.


Janet said...

Beautiful dog! I like the fact he doesn't shed.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I think he looks fine. :)

photowannabe said...

Binzen is a beauty. His fur just begs to be stroked.
Looking forward to seeing the new "do".

Abhishek said...

pretty dog. The picture on my blog was is my roommate's Beagle puppy. It was taken a few months back when he was still little. Now, Eddie is grown up quite a bit, but still manages to be the cutest dog around.

Beetle said...

He is so sweet and I can't wait to see the "after"

Jo's-D-Eyes said...

oooohhhrr What a SWEETY!!!!
I love dogs and he/she looks so adaorable...Yehhhh post all the looks you have . I love to see them.

Greetings + licky from my Bernese Mountain Dog "Ios" ( a swiss dog)

and from me JoAnn :)

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I think he looks OK.

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Barkfoot said...

Does he get those snowballs building up on his fur when he goes for his snowy winter walks?

Elaine in the World said...

Sweet little dog. He looks a bit lonely in that picture, which I'm sure he is NOT. Give him an extra hug from me!

Neva said...

He is a beautiful fellow! My best friend has a springer(Emma) and she is a little smaller and not as much liver color.