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What every dog needs - a snuggie ...

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by itisbruno, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. itisbruno

    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    Really - why embarass your poor dog?

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  2. jpa

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    My dog would love it. It would save her from having to burrow under my blanket in bed.
     

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    $4.99 with free shipping


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  4. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Cosmopolitan Bias

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    Look at the despair on their faces
     
  5. Altaris

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    My dog has really short hair, and like me, hates the cold. She might actually like one of these.
     
  6. NeverMore1701

    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    My dog loves nothing more than sleeping on the concrete patio in sub freezing temps. She'd have a damn heat stroke!
     
  7. skeeter7

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    :rofl: I think the dog would like that though since she just sleeps all day even though she would look like a tool doing so.
     
  8. Triple7

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    That's cause you live in Amarillo and it's hot 99% of the time. It just thanking God when it's cold.
     
  9. Altaris

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    Opposite of mine. She refuses to sit/lay on anything other than carpet or soft grass.
    When the temp gets below 60 she runs outside, pees as fast as possible, and sprints back to the door the second she is done, so that I can let her back into the heat.
     
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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    True, she doesn't like the summer or warmer fall days. Fortunately for her (and not so much so for my wife) I keep the house in the low 60s when it's warm out :supergrin:
     
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    Did you get one for Dieter.'08.
     
  12. Lone_Wolfe

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    Bruno, I triple-dog dare you to put one on him! :rofl: :wavey:
     
  13. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Cosmopolitan Bias

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    Mine gets cold in the winter so I just cover him in Great Stuff foam.
     
  14. strack350

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    My dog would have that mooomoooo torn to shreds within 30 seconds of me putting it on him. Even though he has never bitten anyone, or shown any signs of aggression, I couldn't blame him for tearing ME to shreds for making him wear it:wow:
     
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    My dog would consider that a form of punishment.
     
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    That's a cheap knock off! Snuggie has had Snuggies for dogs for years.
     
  17. Jeremy_K

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    My wife cut up a human snuggie she got as a gift when our German Shepherd was just a pup. For some reason she really likes the fleece material. It's like a Linus blanket to her now. We've since got her a couple more of the fleece throws and she uses them for pillows. Spoiled dog.
     
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  18. Bren

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    my dogs would rather be covered in snow than a blanket.
     
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    The only people that hate on snuggies have never used a snuggie. I love mine. It may just be a blanket with sleeves, but its a genius idea that someone had. With that said, i just cover out dog up with a blanket when he sleeps in his bed at night if its cold. This dog loves when my gf puts dog clothes on him though, so he would probably love that thing.
     
  20. eruby

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    I agree with this post 100% except I'll subsitute cat for dog.

    It was such a damn misery to keep moving the blanket to use the remote, which wouldn't work through the blanket.

    I would like to see one in a straitjacket pattern though. :cool: