I bite the groomer…so now I have to get home haircuts.
In my head I sang that to the lines of “I shot the sheriff…”
But I did not bite the deputy…
Too funny… SO did I!
Don’t feel bad, I once had a purebred chow who took a giant poop in the groomer’s hand to express her displeasure at the grooming process.
LOLOLOL!! Wish in one hand and crap in the other and see which one fills up fastest!!
lol lol lol!!!!! sorry, I just can’t stop laughing!!!!
Sometimes I’d like to bite my groomer, too.
Did his nose grow? 🙂
Remember when you were a kid and your mom cut your hair ?
This little tyke will be ashamed to go to the dog park !
I’m a groomer. Story of my life!
This made me lol poor baby.
he/she doesn’t look to happy about it!
I had an O.E. that would bite the brush, clipper, whatever dared to stroke his fur. Let him and the grooming bag to run in and pay for gas (yes a while back) and when I got back there were pieces of the bag and handles all over the back of the car. Take THAT evil fur touching stuff!!
Such a cute doggie.
Hahahaha! Loooove the picture!
My previous dog only had his nails cut twice in 15 years. Both times under anethetic. people could.t hold him down, and the groomer ended up with a fat lip.
And they are forcing me to be seen out in public!
At least he looks very cute all trimmed up. 🙂
Poor thing. Have you tried just this one groomer or several? As a retired groomer, I can say for all groomers that we could each write a novel (not a book; a novel) about our clients and behaviors during a grooming session that no one would ever believe. I suggest trying a different groomer (with a warning, of course) and you might see a vast improvement not only in your baby’s behavior but in his appearance as well. (smile) Could be something simple as a sensory thing with your baby – too much noise, a funny smell in/around the salon, in/on the groomer (hand lotions, perfumes/colognes, fabric softener smell if on clothes/towels, the sound/force of the dryer). There are a lot of things that could just not sit right with your baby there that wouldn’t be a bother somewhere else. If you are ‘grooming’ and you didn’t get the wrath of Khan doing so and your digits are all still on your hands, perhaps another groomer with a different approach might be the solution. Then again, it might not. Just a suggestion.
Oh, that’s ok. Home hair cuts are less stressful! Who cares if they are a little choppy. My poor schnauzer looks like a ragamuffin after my husband trims him. I don’t care, at least his little tummy doesn’t get upset.
I wish there were a way to just “LIKE” comments that other people make.
He looks very annoyed and defeated in the after photo. AHAHAHAHAH!
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