I Survived Woofstock [Photoset]

Teddy and some new friends

 

I finally had a dog that I could bring to Woofstock, so this was my first year. People and dogs of all types showed up. Dogs in dresses, dogs in strollers, dogs in purses. It was a day for your pup to be spoiled. Booths sold everything from modern dog houses, couches and other strange things. Here are some photos I managed to snap.
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
This dog looks like a lion:
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
Teddy got really tired so we had to carry him around. Look this painting kind of looks like him!
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
Teddy wasn’t very impressed we made him do this:
Woofstock 2012
Someone dyed their poodles hair…
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
This is Teddy’s potential sibling. They were born on the same day!
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
Man, these dog cookies and donuts look so good I want to eat them!
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012
Woofstock 2012

3 thoughts on “I Survived Woofstock [Photoset]

  1. A German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Rottweiler and other large dogs should have large houses, while the Chihuahua and smaller breeds will need smaller houses. The door of the house does not need to be based on the height of the dog from the ground to the top of its head, or even taller, as it will lower its head to be able to enter the house. The width of the door should be just enough to accommodate the dog. These height and width measurements can be adjusted if there is a physical requirement to do so. The house should also be large enough for the dog to stand at full height inside, move around and lie down. Owners should remember that a larger-than-needed home will compromise the dog’s retention of body heat during the winter or colder months.

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