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jan's funny farm

How cute. Looks like he's having fun.

Karina A.

I wonder how their humans show up to this parade? It would've been hilarious to see this NFL fan and his parent both in a costume! Wondering where they keep their beads? On their tails?

Jackiesue

i bet animals that get dressed up by their humans really hate them.

Mary Jo and Hudson

We had our huge Pet Parade in St. Louis last weekend and we had to miss it as we were out of town. What a bummer as it is a fabulous event to take part in. Today is our regular Mardi Gras and I'm sure it is rocking down in Soulard. Too cold for us....Hudson and Mary Jo

Jimmy

The things dawgs will do for a "little butt sniffing"????

Big_Dave_T

You didn't say where this parade took place but my wife and I were at a Mardi Gras parade with dogs when we were in Alabama right about this time a few years ago. The dogs really enjoyed it, if I recall. And they threw beads too. I remember one set of beads was hurled aloft and spiraled downward, clobbering an unsuspecting elderly lady standing in front of me.

Ooops, proofreading back here, I didn't mean to imply that the dogs threw beads. It was their masters and other humans in the parade.

Wendy

Awww. That dog is so tolerant.

C

Awww! Ever cute!! Thanks for posting this! :)

Saint Lover

I love dressing my dogs up for Mardi Gras! I have done it for a couple of years now.

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