This thread is for pictures of dyed dogs. I hope everyone enjoys the pictures and Please Add On. The more the merrier.
I know some people are against dyeing dogs, and your entitled to your opinion, but I ask that everyone please be nice here. I'm just posting this for fun. I have not personally dyed any animals but think they look really cute. These are just random pictures I've found around the web.
From a groomer - "The dye process is just like shampooing your dog. It's just a semi-permanent dye, it doesn't hurt them in any way. It fades away after every wash."
Cheri is a standard size white Poodle owned and bred by Elizabeth McGee of Troutville, Virginia. Or at least Cheri is usually a white Poodle! To start the year 2004 off with a smashing new look, Cheri took a trip to the PetSmart grooming salon in Roanoke, Virginia where she got the full French Poodle treatment and was transformed into a true hot Pink Poodle, complete with jeweled collar and appropriate pompoms!
Oh dear, I jsut spit iced tea all over my already messed up keyboard LOL The poowith the blue really fuzzy belly, looks like cotton candy LOL they are so cute, if I saw a dog walking down the street like that I would hope I wouldnt make them feel bad but , yet look like a toy and /or cotton candy, I jsut wannahe oen hahahaa There is a lady in ym town that dyes animals, My hair dresser has pics of the animalst has done (good for buiseness get your hair dresser to put up pics lol) and it is totally safe and does wear out, I myself dont ahve the urge to do it, but I did like my destinys ears on easter when they had the safe chalk them, but it was a lighter color, maybe they should make the dyes a little lighter. I still think the panda one is adorable, doesnt look like the dog minded it at all, has the look like my destiny does after a nice grooming, she struts herself , you can tell shes proud heehe I have never seen a dog dog dyed in real life, has any one here? not pictures but the actual dog?
RIGHT THERE WITH YOU >>> MUST HAVE PINK POODLE MUST HAVE PINK POODLE K>> questions.. anyone done this?? what is a safe way I can do this? My hustband's "baby girl" would just look adorable.. and SHE WOULD LOVE the attention! She is a TRUE poodle Princess!! LOL
This website is about the lovable loyal blue toy poodle named Cotton. Cotton is an amazing dog who has been blue since birth. Cotton might be a small dog, but he’s got a big heart. Search through this site to learn more about Cotton.
well i know non toxic chalk is fine cause my poodle had no reaction to it, and it faded out in a couple days. dont they use food coloring in dog food? (dry food) cource food isnt going on their skin, but my dog doesnt seem to have any skin problems and shes 9 yrs old (almost) (but ive never dyed her, but have talked to a few who have and their poodles are ok).
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Hi Poodle Fans, I am new to this group and am loving the info regarding everyones favorite dogs. I have a "white" and I use the term loosely standard poodle name Rocco. We live on a farm and he loves to get messy. My husband keeps warning me that me that the next time I go away he will dye the dog. Little did I know there are lots of people out there who actually do! Maybe I will come home one day and find Rocco a lovely shade of henna. Thanks for all your interesting stories.
This is Dalí. I had him dyed for the lections in Puerto Rico. Just his pompons and ears. The bad thing that happened is that he shaked his head while using the product and some of the coloring got in his ears which gave him an ear infection. His coloring is a vegetable based gel - purely non toxic on him. And trust me, he's VERY allergic! TO EVERYTHING! And besides his infection, he's just fine!
I wish I was. Some people feel compelled to dye their dogs. I cant say that I understand this. Spare me the I need my dog to match my outfit, couch, car argument. Its a DOG - not an accessory. Maybe, just MAYBE if it is Halloween, I might give you a pass, but only then ..
Article: How to Dye a Poodle April 03, 2009 11:00 AM
How to Dye a Poodle By Marina Hanes, eHow Editor
The fur of a poodle is versatile, and can be cut and styled into various ways. When owners get their poodles ready for dog shows, there is much preparation. But all of the fluffing, spritzing and teasing pays off when the poodle struts its stuff in front of the judges. A poodle's fur can be dyed easily with nontoxic ingredients that wash out over time. Read on to learn about this fascinating process.
Things Youll Need: - Food coloring - Water - Bowl - Sponge - Hair dryer
Step 1. Fill a large bowl with lukewarm water. If you are using many colors, fill up a few different bowls so each color has its own bowl.
Step 2. Drop three to five drops of food coloring into the bowl of water. Mix it with a spoon and see if it's the color you desire. If you want the color to be darker or more vibrant, add more food coloring. Only add one to two drops at a time, because the color can change quickly.
Step 3. Brush your poodle's fur and get out all of the knots. If you have time, get your poodle groomed so its fur is the right length and shape.
Step 4. Dab the sponge in the colored water and pat it onto the fur that you wish to dye. Continue sponging until the area is thoroughly dyed. If you are using different colors, you should use a new space for each color.
Step 5. Blow dry the poodle's fur so that the color can set. You don't want the dog walking around the house with wet food coloring, because it can get on your furniture and carpet.
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George is a standard poodle living life in color! George has participated in several local events and uses his colors to bring a smile to every person's face. He participated in the "Paint Pikeville Pink" event, which consisted of a 5k walk to promote breast cancer awareness! He is also a supporter of the Jordan Light Foundation who hosted a "Pawsitive Promotion Pet Parade" this year. The Jordan Light Foundation helps local families who are in a medical crisis. The symbol for their foundation is a rainbow, so what better way for George to show his support than to be a rainbow himself!
I hope that people realize that this does not harm the dog in any way whatsoever. The process is identical to the same as giving your dog a bath. The reason I do this, is because it really does make people smile. I do it for special causes, such as breast cancer, to bring more awareness to such an important cause.