Thursday, April 29, 2010

before & after

and in between.
the before shots:
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While Pepsi was at the groomer’s, Sofia, Joel and I hit the mall:
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the after shots:
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Although it’s not the best grooming she’s ever had, it was SO worth it that the groomer was VERY friendly and pleasant to deal with.
And, she can actually SEE now!


Kristine said...

Are you sure its the same dog? lol

The ice cream looks delicious but is a big no no for me right now...

Anonymous said...

Oj, så söt Pepsi är! A-L

Stacy, Pat and Aidan said...

She does look very different. . .and fantastic!!! : ) I think we're going to shave our Goldens. . .

Purplestamper said...

Awhhhh so cute...any dog name Pepsi is ok by me :-)

Tezzie said...

Adorable!!! glad it worked out well with the new grooomer :D

kate said...

There really WAS a dog in there!

Those shocked eyes seem to be becoming a trademark of S's. ;>

AddingOn said...


I think I told you already, but we have a Havanese mix also!! She is a Havashit Half Havanese half Shihtzu. I love love love her, she is the sweetest thing ever. We will be moving this year, and that is one of the things I will miss, we have found a great groomer here, and we also board her there when we go out of town, I don't even have to call ahead, they know her by name. They are a hard dog to groom, even when they are well behaved since they mat so much. I can mostly groom her on my own, since she is tolerant, and I don't insist on her being perfect. Wow, I ramble, sorry!!
I love Sophia's face, she looks silly, just like Anastasia, they would have fun together. Maybe we will come visit, hehe!

Over-Caffeinated X 4 said...

When can Kristine, Mel and I come see you? Is the snow gone? I had to come back to the blogs, no one was e-mailing me! :)

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