Little Monkey and the Giant Hairball

LM and Hairball 1

The photo shows Little Monkey lying next to the hair I have just brushed off her. It gives a whole new meaning to the expression, ‘Shedding the light’.

LM and Hairball 2

Who knew Little Monkey was so blonde?

I guess that explains why she is such a Noo Noo!

 

And why is she moulting now? We are in the middle of a cold snap and heading deeper into winter!

Little Monkey: Dog of Mystery!

 

post script: Apologies to my fair-haired Blogger friends for the Blonde joke!

 

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28 thoughts on “Little Monkey and the Giant Hairball

    1. scifihammy Post author

      I understand this only too well, as I had two such hairy dogs, Madam and TJ. When I went to the rescue centre to adopt a new dog, among my prerequisites was – “Short-haired, minimal grooming!” Hence LM! πŸ™‚

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      1. OverResearch

        It’s much harder when you’re a dog breed that is known for its intelligence (Papillon). If she were a shitzu or something a little more dense, it would just be “oh she’s a dog.” I can only imagine how dense border collies feel…

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  1. quiall

    haha I was a true red head who is now turning blonde! (We don’t go grey) And I thought it very funny! (I do have blonde moments, and senior moments and well just moments!)

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  2. Midwestern Plant Girl

    Oh my! You can start knitting a sweater with that! Ok, at least a scarf πŸ˜†
    It’s funny that dogs shed before the cold, you’d think it would be the opposite, when it’s getting hot. My boys get a little trim off their butts and feet to keep Klingons and mud off of them. Breck gets this baby – fine hair on his flanks that gets tangled in everything. We prune that for summer, but let it get long for winter… so he can get tiny snowballs hanging from them πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      I expected LM to get her winter coat Before winter! She’s not much of a sheddy dog – except pre-summer.
      Border Collies do have lots of fur. I like the idea of mini snowballs, but I guess it’s a pain once they melt inside on the carpet!

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