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I got a bath this week.

Dad said it was time. I didn’t like it much, but Mom and I humored him.

I do think I’m especially fluffy now though. Maybe it was the blow dryer?

All I can say is Suri Dream has nothing on me in the soft, fluffy department. Watch out Sunriver, here I come!

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Comment by mikeslittlesis on April 3, 2008 at 11:40am
My Carmen takes a shower with me. Your Mom might llike trying it. It is less messy for us both to get a bath at the same time.
Comment by Alicorn on March 31, 2008 at 6:15am
Our dogs get into the shower with their Mom, who has it easy with our older dog - a hairless Chineese Crested (yes, that is the way they come). Our younger dog, also a crested has hair....(and yes, that is also a possiblilty- strange breed, but they recognize both).... so shower time for him is a bit longer!!! They then go to Daddy's arms with a big towel, and then to my bed to shake off the last bits......sigh......
They also try to help with my knitting, the older one likes to sit on my lap and keep me warm. The younger one likes to lay on the pattern....................
And then there is the and white, you know how they shed(sp?)......
Comment by LittleWoman on March 30, 2008 at 7:51am
Xena looks so precious! I had pomeranians growing up and these pictures really make me miss them.
Comment by KnittinMitchie on March 28, 2008 at 7:33pm
Xena you look Fabulous!!
Comment by Cherish on March 28, 2008 at 5:20pm
I love these pictures! Zena looks so cute!!! They always dread getting into the tub & look miserable in the process, but boy do they prance around like they are 'hot stuff' afterward.

I am laughing at the spinning comments– It would be a lovely color.
Comment by Teri on March 28, 2008 at 5:25am
Oh my Xena. I wouldn't want you or anyone else to think that you should be sheered for your hair (your sooo pretty with it), so I'll explain further. The man in our fiber guild brushed his dog every day to keep him pretty and prevent matting in his coat. He would then save all the hair that ended up in the brush until he had a usable quantity, and then he washed it, combed it, and spun it into yarn.
Comment by hippochic on March 27, 2008 at 9:47pm
I want you to keep all your hairs where there are and keep having fun at the beauty salon, even if you don't really need shampoo to look so purdy!
Comment by MrDarcyisGreat on March 26, 2008 at 5:24pm
*I* think you look beautiful! I wish *I* had a pomeranian to play with you!
Comment by Teri on March 25, 2008 at 9:49am
Has your mother ever tried to spin your hair into yarn? There is a man in our local fiber guild who saved hair from his dog when he groomed it, spun it into yarn, and then wove it into a beautiful scarf. I bet your hair would make a beautiful scarf too.

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