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Mercedes was looking like she wanted to model yesterday, so I took a few




She can do this all day, really!





And this is what my poor Bentley endures on a daily basis (yes he is wearing my bikini)



 

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How cute. I love the pics with the flag and bikini!

Mercedes is a AB? I have never seen one that looks like her before.

We try to do the keep something on your nose thing with Jazmine, but she never stays very long. Our dog Spooky was the best at it. And if you used treats she could throw them so high and always catch them, lol.
 

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The bikini picture is too much!!!

You shouldn't let the flag touch the ground, though. It's a huge sign of disrespect/disregard for the flag. I got chewed out last year on another forum for posting a series of pictures of Bella holding a little plastic flag in her mouth which she of course dropped on the ground.
 

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Eh, atleast I have the respect to hang one outside of my house. I can get blasted, I'm prepared. It was just a picture :)
 

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LoveMy3ABs said:
Eh, atleast I have the respect to hang one outside of my house. I can get blasted, I'm prepared. It was just a picture :)
Yeah, that's what I said to the people who blasted me, too. Mine wasn't even a real flag! Just one of those plastic ones on a stick. Apparently some people think that letting a flag touch the ground is as bad as burning it. My neighbors fly their flag at night without shining a light on it, and I think that one is a no-no, too.
 

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the only time it's ok to let the American flag hit the ground is if it's wraped around Pam's (canadian) BUMM ...LOL...

 

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ALPHAMALE said:
the only time it's ok to let the American flag hit the ground is if it's wraped around Pam's (canadian) BUMM ...LOL...

I guess that would be an exception, after all she is Pam and Pam = hot
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I think all that BS about a flag touching the ground is old fashioned. I am not stomping all over it, letting her chew it or mawl the thing. I just wanted a picture of my American Bulldog with an American Flag, I'm proud of my country and really don't need to hang a flag to show that, but out of respect for the country, I do!
(thanks everyone for not completely bashing me over this)

Off the topic, is my banner too big???
 

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Leeann.Bella.Remy said:
You shouldn't let the flag touch the ground, though. It's a huge sign of disrespect/disregard for the flag. I got chewed out last year on another forum for posting a series of pictures of Bella holding a little plastic flag in her mouth which she of course dropped on the ground.
I was going to say this too. I shuddered to see the flag on the ground AND on the dog.
I think plastic flags are a bit different, they are a "replica" and you don't have to follow quite the same standards, but that looks as if it is the real flag.
http://www.usflag.org/flagetiquette.html

I think all that BS about a flag touching the ground is old fashioned.
Uh yeah, figures.
 

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msvette2u said:
Leeann.Bella.Remy said:
You shouldn't let the flag touch the ground, though. It's a huge sign of disrespect/disregard for the flag. I got chewed out last year on another forum for posting a series of pictures of Bella holding a little plastic flag in her mouth which she of course dropped on the ground.
I was going to say this too. I shuddered to see the flag on the ground AND on the dog.
I think plastic flags are a bit different, they are a "replica" and you don't have to follow quite the same standards, but that looks as if it is the real flag.
http://www.usflag.org/flagetiquette.html

I think all that BS about a flag touching the ground is old fashioned.
Uh yeah, figures.
+1

I guess nobody would mind if I took some pics of my dog on a cross, or Photoshopped Allah into the pic with him, since I just want the pics of him regardless of the customs normally applied to such items. Just my .02c

(Retired military)
 

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What do you mean by Uh, figures??? I was stating my opinion, "I think" Not "IT IS"

I fly a flag at my house, I show my respect for my country, which by the way offers us freedom of speech.

Now I'm all flustered :roll:
 

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msvette2u said:
Leeann.Bella.Remy said:
You shouldn't let the flag touch the ground, though. It's a huge sign of disrespect/disregard for the flag. I got chewed out last year on another forum for posting a series of pictures of Bella holding a little plastic flag in her mouth which she of course dropped on the ground.
I was going to say this too. I shuddered to see the flag on the ground AND on the dog.
I think plastic flags are a bit different, they are a "replica" and you don't have to follow quite the same standards, but that looks as if it is the real flag.
http://www.usflag.org/flagetiquette.html

I think all that BS about a flag touching the ground is old fashioned.
Uh yeah, figures.
The whole "at least I have the respect to hang one outside of my house" makes me think of someone who calls himself a Christian, reads the Bible, but then wipes his a** with it! "At least I had the respect to read it!" I'm not trying to blast you, LoveMy3ABs, but your logic is a little bit off, I think.
 

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Take advantage of any dog who is in the mood to sit still for pictures! :lol:
That bikini is TOO MUCH...esp. since he is a he!!
I wont harass you about the flag...wonder if people would be more
offended by the flag on the ground or the flag on a dog? :? :lol:
CUTE PICS, anyways!
 

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Alright everyone, get it out of your system, I don't even need to defend myself on this one. I'll come back to this post in a few weeks.
 

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OrsonDogge said:
Take advantage of any dog who is in the mood to sit still for pictures! :lol:
That bikini is TOO MUCH...esp. since he is a he!!
I wont harass you about the flag...wonder if people would be more
offended by the flag on the ground or the flag on a dog? :? :lol:
CUTE PICS, anyways!

C'mon, every sexually secure pooch is wearing a bikini these days!!! ;)


I think my husband would crap himself if he came home and I had the dog dressed up. Hmmm, I should try it!
 

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OrsonDogge said:
Take advantage of any dog who is in the mood to sit still for pictures! :lol:
That bikini is TOO MUCH...esp. since he is a he!!
I wont harass you about the flag...wonder if people would be more
offended by the flag on the ground or the flag on a dog? :? :lol:
CUTE PICS, anyways!
I had no idea that the flag wasn't supposed to touch the ground until I was blasted on that other forum last year. The flag etiquette site also says that a flag shouldn't be used as a decoration or dipped to any person or thing, either. Lots o' rules!!!
 
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