I don’t know if this is a good dog. I don’t know if it’s a bad dog. I do know that it’s a colorful dog.
The totally vacant expression is really par for the course, both for this particular type of artsncrafts and for labrador retrievers in general. This one, however, is unique. We’ll start with the paws. Not only are they brightly colored, they’re on both backwards and upside-down. That must make climbing stairs a challenge. Kind of like Linda Blair–just, you know, awkward. Traditionally devils and according to some sources Indian tiger-demons have their hands/feet on backward—maybe this is a very bad dog indeed?
But demons aren’t lavender. I’m pretty sure of that. They’d be laughed out of Gehenna.
Portrait of a strange medical condition. If YOUR dog develops brightly-colored earspots, take him to theÂ veterinarian. Do not, I repeat, NOT, take him to Ripley’s Believe it or Not, because Â they do not have an animal care specialist. They probably have a taxidermist, though, and you may not want to go down that road.
Whoops. There’s a little something…uh…your back…Oh never mind. It’ll just blend in.
Are dogs dry clean only? Hand-wash?
Ooh. More spots. Poor thing. Still, it seems happy. Not a care in the world…oh. Oh dear.
Yeah, I can see that psychosurgery’s been unusually effective here. The poor thing probably didn’t even notice the team of graffiti artists and the Mardi Gras float committee passing through. Sad, sad.
Goodwill in Round Rock near Georgetown