Once a dirtball, always a dirtball is what Mom said to us yesterday. You see, we had a spa day on Tuesday. We were both pretty dirty and shaggy, but I was especially a mess. Because I’m short, I manage to attract more dirt, I guess. If you are wondering, Bailie will get her spa day in a few weeks. Our spa lady can only handle so much GBGV in a day. Stripping furs is hard work. The above photo is our before the spa photo.
We spent about three hours getting bathed and having our furs tamed. It is a tiring process for us too, and Olivia always wants her mommy who isn’t there with us. Our spa lady told Mom that I am a princess at the spa. Very spoiled, and difficult, but she manages to work on me anyway. What do you think? Don’t we look fabulous? Mom says they must have bleach in our bath water!
I usually look the most different since my furs get so ratty looking after a couple months. Before the spa, my eyes were pretty buried in facial furs, but now you can see them again. I don’t like the process, but I will admit I feel much better.
Olivia has furs more like Bailie, so she doesn’t look as different as I do after a spa day. Mom says her freckles come back out and that is her favorite part about Olivia after the spa. She also gets those Clydesdale looking leg furs that need to be tamed.
Unfortunately, hounds are dirtballs. Yesterday it rained most of the day, and we went out in the yard. Well, we didn’t just go out in the yard, we played chase and hide under the big pine trees. No more clean girls. Our legs were covered in dirt and mud. Mom was not happy, but she knows we were just having fun. Being spiffed was nice, but life gets in the way, and we have realized we are destined to be dirtballs. We’re thankful Mom lets us play and make a mess of ourselves, even after a spa day.
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