See...once long ago when I first got Dahlia, I thought it would be funny to dress her up as a prisoner for Halloween. Alas, the costume was too big and the hat? Well, she looked like THIS.
Basically, she looked horrified. And yet OH SO CUTE with those big eyes. I swore up and down that I wouldn't put anything else on her because she looked so UNDIGNIFIED and clearly thought I was a big fat meanie for doing it.
But then there was this.
Which was a photo that was 100% accidental. There was no intention to put anything on her, but then suddenly the hat was tossed on her and she looked so HAPPY that I snapped a photo. She became Ferocious D and I swore I would find a way to photoshop gold chains onto her. Alas, my photoshop skillz are still somewhat lacking, though a friends are not.
There was also this...graduation from obedience class at Petsmart! How dignified does she look here?
Ok so she might look somewhat horrified there too.
And here...also horrified.
Imma cut you bitch.
So I decided all I was going to do was collars. And a ridiculously silly rubberband thing that a groomer put in her hair.
She was obviously very proud of that look, even if she did look like she had some sort of Christmas mohawk.
Pity da fool!
But then St. Patrick's Day rolled around and I couldn't resist. This time I got hot dogs out and VOILA! Dog with ears up!
Such a dignified old man, she is.
Still, she had her moments of absolute resignation.
I will kill you in your sleep...do not doubt it...ever...
Mom, frisbees are NOT hats.
And then I went whole hog for Christmas! LOOK AT THAT DOGGEH!!
And one cannot forget the reindeer antlers.
I CHASE deer Mom. I am not ONE of them.
I was at Petsmart one day and I could not resist...DOGGLES. Those had to go on her too!
I dare to be stupid...
And then there was Pirate Dahlia...
So what I'm trying to say is I bought a baseball cap for Dahlia to wear to the Chiefs game next week. Yeah...I have a problem.