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2021-09-14 1:06:07 AM  
Морозная свежесть. Frosty freshness
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Let's ask Messi:
 
2021-09-14 1:24:00 AM  
No, it makes you an asshole.
 
2021-09-14 2:50:10 AM  
Apparently it triggers some farkers. Please, by all means, protect the pitties.
 
2021-09-14 6:51:26 AM  
Most doggos, even pitties and pit mixes, are cute and loveable without pjs. Also:

demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it makes you an asshole.

 
2021-09-14 6:59:27 AM  
My amstaff loves being put in her sweaters, cause it means mor attention for her
 
2021-09-14 7:07:02 AM  
No.
 
2021-09-14 7:19:13 AM  
Dogs with short fur seem to enjoy having sweaters and such. Putties are short furred dogs, so it makes sense that they would enjoy wearing clothes.

It also makes them look totally adorable.
 
2021-09-14 8:14:57 AM  
The dogs look happy about it.

Every pittie I have ever met acts like "I know I look scary, but I just want LOVE! And to play! Lots of play!"

Yeah, PJ's for pibbles in the winter?  Makes perfect sense to me.
 
2021-09-14 8:16:48 AM  
Makes it easier to identify the ones that mauled your child to death.

"That's him! In the Elmo jammies!"
 
2021-09-14 8:31:12 AM  
Awesome lady. I took on a dog that initially scared me (a husky who paced nonstop in his kennel, seemed nearly wild). Anyway, of course he wasn't, but getting over my initial fear was bundled into the love I felt for him. I also think I was probably a better dog parent to him because I established boundaries from the beginning. Anyway, pitties are awesome and some are dangerous, just like every other breed of dog (and human).
 
2021-09-14 8:41:43 AM  
I've never had a problem with any dog, pittie or otherwise, that was not telegraphed in advance by the behaviour of its human companion.  Now I listen to that little voice and stay away from a$$holes.
 
2021-09-14 10:01:24 AM  
We've a friend who's boisterous sons always welcomed a new pet by throwing it into the air as if it were a toy. They'd do this repeatedly. For a couple of years. As a result their pets were always shy of people and neurotic. This whole dress up pets thing is of a piece with that. Animals aren't inert accessories.
 
2021-09-14 10:16:22 AM  
Might as well put the pajamas to use after the dog kills the kid
 
2021-09-14 3:31:07 PM  

Laobaojun: The dogs look happy about it.

Every pittie I have ever met acts like "I know I look scary, but I just want LOVE! And to play! Lots of play!"

Yeah, PJ's for pibbles in the winter?  Makes perfect sense to me.


Unfortunately my next door neighbor has one of the not-nice pits.   That sucker needs a cement overcoat and a trip to the lake.
 
2021-09-14 5:33:40 PM  

Gramma: Laobaojun: The dogs look happy about it.

Every pittie I have ever met acts like "I know I look scary, but I just want LOVE! And to play! Lots of play!"

Yeah, PJ's for pibbles in the winter?  Makes perfect sense to me.

Unfortunately my next door neighbor has one of the not-nice pits.   That sucker needs a cement overcoat and a trip to the lake.


Animal abuse?
I would call it in and bring popcorn.

/Let me guess, nephew of the county sheriff....
 
2021-09-14 7:06:49 PM  

Laobaojun: Gramma: Laobaojun: The dogs look happy about it.

Every pittie I have ever met acts like "I know I look scary, but I just want LOVE! And to play! Lots of play!"

Yeah, PJ's for pibbles in the winter?  Makes perfect sense to me.

Unfortunately my next door neighbor has one of the not-nice pits.   That sucker needs a cement overcoat and a trip to the lake.

Animal abuse?
I would call it in and bring popcorn.

/Let me guess, nephew of the county sheriff....


Nothing like that. They got it from a shelter and it was awful from day-1.   It can get out of the yard and it charges at me when I get out of the car in my own driveway.  I have to pull into the garage and make sure the door is down all the way before I get out of my car.  And check to be sure it isn't already in the garage, because that has happened too. Ugh, I love dogs but bad dogs are really a pain.
 
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