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    Well I DO think Charlie would look quite dashing in black and white!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrorbull View Post



    She wore these to ANZAC day last year - it was freeezing, she loved it, everyone stopped and gave her a pat!

    aww you girl & your SBT look adorable in their matching pjs..

    I'm thinking of buying Floyd a pair of winter pjs because of he's thin coat on he's belly & the cold weather is making he's arthritis even more painful

    There is a seller on ebay in Orange that makes SBT pj's.. i think i'll buy them from her.

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    I got hers made a few years ago now, she has two pairs and loves them !

    Oh, and that is my Niece

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrorbull View Post
    I got hers made a few years ago now, she has two pairs and loves them !

    Oh, and that is my Niece
    ohh im sorry, i just assumed the little girl was your daughter

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    I don't understand why you would put clothes on them. They arn't people. They don't need clothes. Sure they're loved, but would you make your child walk around nude?
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    Myf, I guess as I've always had heavily coated dogs (even short-haired GSDs have a good insulated coat on them) that's the reason I couldn't comprehend it.

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    Well the thing is, fur was designed to keep the animal warm. Roly only started wearing a coat last Winter. Breeds like Whippets and Greayhounds I understand.
    But eh, I don't know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Well the thing is, fur was designed to keep the animal warm. Roly only started wearing a coat last Winter. Breeds like Whippets and Greayhounds I understand.
    But eh, I don't know...
    & the same with some Stafford's, they too have thin coats & i know my 10 yr old SBT feels the winter cold easily & it sure affects he's arthritis

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    If the weathers not hot I'll occationally put Griffens hoody on if I'm taking on the train or somewhere crowded. Madeline hates having clothes on but she's ok with her sunnys.

    They definatly done need to wear them but people dont seem to find them so threating when they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    & the same with some Stafford's, they too have thin coats & i know my 10 yr old SBT feels the winter cold easily & it sure affects he's arthritis
    Yeah and most Bull breeds.

    I didn't realise Floyd is such an oldie!! He's looking great!
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