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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY



His name is Loki. Seen on 14th street and 4th avenue one day last week.





5 comments:

  1. Oh how mortified that dog looks ... I sure hope it was food coloring and not real dye ..

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  2. Still a cute dog with all those colors and hair cut but I have to say, "Poor Loki. Why'd they do that to you?"

    Paz

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  3. Loki is adorable but the look on his face seems to be say "no jokes, I will bite". Very cute.

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  4. ... I sure hope it was food coloring and not real dye ..

    Work from home India

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