Its’a FREDDIE Friday

Dear all my Human-beings,

My human-being got carried away . . . again.  She decided to cut a few pieces of my hair that had matted. My hair is very fine and soft.  I lead a very active life getting petted by a lot by people and it can get clumped.  Human-beings  get great comfort in petting me.  I let them.

My human-being got carried away . . . she cut ALL my hair ALL over my body.

My before picture

Hair still on my body
Hair still on my body

My after picture:

Me and my cut hair
Me and my cut hair

Just between you and me I think she didn’t want to pay $50

for grooming which makes me look like this:

Groomed by a PROFESSIONAL
Groomed by a PROFESSIONAL

At least she left my tail alone:

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The End

Sincerely yours,

Freddie Parker Westerfield, CDT

Canine Dog Therapist

7 thoughts on “Its’a FREDDIE Friday

  1. Oh Freddie you look so adorable, if that’s possible. Your human did a very good job on your new “do”. Hugs and kisses to you. Love, Auntie Susan

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    1. Dear Auntie Susan, Human-being,
      I’m glad you like my new “do”. However, please do not tell my Human-being. She needs to feel apologetic a bit longer so I get more cookies.
      With love,
      Freddie Parker Westerfield, CDT
      Cainine Dog Therapist

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  2. I really feel for you Freddie. Having endured the HUMILIATION of a human who loves to cut my hair too, I now hide when she gets out scissors. She tells me that I get matted but who cares? She pays for the groomer. Also, just to get back at her when she leaves me there all day, I come home and roll in the grass. Ha! There goes 60 bucks out the window!! (I wouldn’t tell her but my groomer loves me and feeds me cool biscuits!)

    I feel your pain Freddie ol boy!
    Buster

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    1. Dear Buster, Canine Dog,
      When you get left ALL day that borders on cruelty to animals UNLESS of course the biscuits are plentiful. Next time you come home add some dirt digging after the grass roll. Make sure when you do that you look up innocently and ever so slightly cock your head.

      Yours in solidarity,
      Freddie Parker Westerfield, CDT
      Canine Dog Therapist

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