By Sara Tan
Dec 12, 2013
Christmas may only come around once a year, but these dogs dream of being Santa Claus all year long. Meet 20 festive canines who think they're jolly old St. Nick.
WHAT THE PUG?
"Not quite sure Santa had to wear this oversized scrunchie around his neck ..."
SANTA VS. SANTA
Bet you can't guess which one is the real Santa Claus and which one's the impostor.
'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Down the chimney, St. Nicholas came with a bound.
He wasn't quite prepared for the part where kids sat on his lap.
THE COURAGEOUS CANINE CLAUS
"I shall brave the cold and snow until every child gets a gift."
FLUFFY WHITE BEARD
It took him more than the month of November to grow that one.
WORK HARD, SLEEP HARD
It isn't easy being Santa.
This pooch is ready to fulfill your wish list.
FOLLOW THE SANTA
"Come with me, elves ... to the workshop!"
The only question he had on his mind was, "Where are the cookies?"
JUST SAY NO
He was more of a Rudolph than a Santa. He insisted.
She may be small, but her dreams about the North Pole are huge.
PASS THE TORCH
"Don't worry, Santa, I got this. Now, where's my sleigh?"
There was no assistance needed in the facial hair region.
He preferred having his button open so his chest hairs could feel the warmth of the fire.
THE MISSING PIECES
Without his hat and beard, he felt so exposed!
He wasn't sure if red was truly his color.
SANTA ALL YEAR LONG
He wishes he could be Santa 365 days of the year.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
"And to all a good night. Now, where are the cookies?"
He doesn't want to wait another 365 days for Christmas to come around.
I have 4 small dogs staring at me right now and I wouldn't have it any other way!
Just give your pets lots of love they are gods creatures and she put them here to make us humble also frogs are to be protected they are good for the earth
I have four large labs staring at me right now as if to remind me that they are all basically wolves that have chosen to join the human pack a couple of thousand years ago. Before we started feeding them they ate things (anything they could find) that could be caught or found dead, bones, hair, dirt and all.I read this article to the dogs and they seem to agree that turkey skin, bones, left over veggies, pie, cooking pans and whatever else can be begged out of human critters or stolen from the table or stove. They still hunt whatever moves, crawls or flys.Cats................ well they have always pretty much done whatever they feel like doing with a ton of attitude.
No or little Ham for the cat? Ham is the only table food that my daughter's cat longs for all the time - but yes, moderation is the spice of life. Whatever happened to the 1950's when we had 9 cats and fed them only table food?
woof woof woof - woof woof woof - woof woof woof woof woof (continue on your own to music of jingle bells.
Type your comment hereWhy is it that we humans have to dress up our animals. It is a sad commentary about ourselves when we do it.
Dogs will put up with about any stupid humiliation we throw their way.
20 dogs silently saying" kill me now."