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Help your dog rise to the occasion with a new tie

Filed Under: Crafts, sewing, pets

Nothing's worse than being the most under-dressed dog in the dog park. All the other dogs stand in a corner talking about you, and no one will sniff your butt. Help your dog avoid this public humiliation by following this doggie tie tutorial by CorgiPants. All you need is an old tie, needle and thread (or a sewing machine), scissors, and a willing pooch.

I don't own a dog (the scooping of the poop is where I draw the line), but I'm intrigued. I'm picturing Halloween costumes and doggie dress-up clothes for the couples who wouldn't even think of having a dinner party (or a wedding even) without their pooches present. I must admit, I'm also picturing our cat's reaction if we even tried to get a tie on her, and it is HI-LA-RIOUS.


  • Shoaib

    WoW... great idea... Also if you want to celebrate your dog's birthday.. you can purchase tableware, decorations, pinatas etc.. for example

    http://www.partystuffonline.co.uk

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