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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Does anyone else see the trend?





We think we're noticing something that is becoming too common to be a mere coincidence.

We will share some pictures here to see if anyone else notices it.




Blonde dogs in front of pastel backgrounds might be your first guess. 




You're sort of on the right track.

Look a little more closely though.

We can't help but think there's more going on here then the standard dog portrait....











Is anyone else starting to feel there's a larger theme here?





Far be it from us to sound an alarm when it isn't necessary.


But by now we think we've provided enough photographic proof to substantiate our claim.




Big white Easter Bunnies are using their fairly generic appearance as a cover to befriend, then dog-nap, hapless dogs.


Evidence suggests there is an extended  ring of them and we fear their operation has spread internationally.




Beware.
The next time a big bunny starts to sidle up to your pooch - they may not have the innocent intentions that you'd expect from an Easter Rabbit.







20 comments:

  1. A couple of them, especially the last one, looks kind of evil. I think my dogs would not take kindly to being held by them.

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    1. Yes, I think by the end you can decidedly see their evil intent.

      My question - why are people paying money to put their dogs through this? Oh right, nothing says "holiday" like a picture of a dog with a giant costumed being ;-)

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  2. Bahahaha BOL!!!! Beware the easter bunny!!!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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    1. Indeed - I think someone who is musically inclined should probably write the song, "Beware- the Easter Bunny!"

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  3. LOL - good one! Actually, I suspect Rosie is the one one of my dogs who would be okay with the approach of one of these giant bunnies. Jeffie would do a lot of shouting about them; Rudy would be lunging for their neck!

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    1. I wonder if Rosie is like Lil - willing to consider anyone who arrives offering food a potential friend? Most of our Labs have not been the most discerning watch dogs :-)

      On the plain old freaked out scale though, our chocolate Lab Pooky, would have taken one look at these guys and run in the other direction; she had a very well developed sense of self-preservation :-)

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  4. oh wow sound the alert! We have never had our picture taking with the easter bunny but we hav ehad it taken with Santa

    retro rover

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    1. I trust your parents were vigilantly standing by - your entire family is so adorable it would be very tempting for Santa or an elf to try and tuck one of you into a big red bag and take you back to the North Pole.

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  5. That last one looks a little scary to me.

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    1. There's all kinds of scary going on here :-)

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  6. I think the bunny in the next to last photo is the scariest, but I think the dog with him is the mastermind behind it all. I suspect large bunnies have fluff for brains!

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    1. By gosh you're onto something there!
      Perhaps the big dog is starting training of a small dog unit - my guess would be their ultimate mission might be to steal season candy - Easter, Christmas, Halloween. Beware, now that they know you're onto them you might start noticing an increase of oversized bunnys in your area...(imagine ominous swell of music now.)

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  7. LOL those bunnies are big and scary. The last is the most frightening. I can only imagine what Storm would do if she met such a creature. :)

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    1. Well, I have a fair idea what Gracie's response would be and it wouldn't be pretty....

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  8. he he he, I was thinking more along the lines the dogs are getting friendly with the rabbits in hopes of luring them into a false sense of security. Once they have their trust....BAM!! They've snagged a wabbit. ;-)

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    1. I could certainly see that with the Lab (they'll eat anything) but some of those little guys...not sure the odds are in their favor :-)

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  9. They're feisty though, they have stamina and might wear him down. ;-)

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    1. True - nothing like a little dog to make you want to throw yourself in front of an oncoming vehicle (if you're a rabbit.)

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  10. The last bunny looks bad tempered, all the rest look sinister. I wouldn't trust a bunny that is ... bigger than bunny size... ;)

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    1. We should probably learn a lesson from Monty Python and never trust a bunny at all....

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