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    Default Snoods??

    Has anyone seen these? I'm sure I could just make one, but I can't even sew a button. They are soft, padded scrunchie-like headbands for Cav ears! They look ridiculous, but keep ears out of food. I just ordered one and will keep you posted on some forseeable issues with this item: Will Lester keep it on while he eats? Will Lester chew it to shreds? Are they too tight? Tight enough? Washable?

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    http://winfieldcavaliers.com/catalog...488941e217cf2a

    My dog is not a show dog or anything, but his ears get gross from eating and drinking. But then again, he likes to be dirty...weirdo.

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    Here are Jake and Shelby in their snoods:





    I got mine at fancypaw.com. They are really great. My kiddos get pumpkin with their dinner and I got tired of combing dried pumpkin out of their ears (it has the consistency of glue!)

    As soon as I reach for their snoods they get excited, dinners on the way!
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    Cute! Do they mind the snoods? I guess not if it signals dinner time~

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    They do get used to them quite quickly, especially as food is involved!!

    Cathy, Jake and Shelby look so cute in theirs icon_heartthrob

    Here's Princess Peaches modelling hers:



    We were selling these in aid of the UK CKCS Club Cavalier Health Research fund {they are usually available on the stall at the Championship Show in March}
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    Princess Peaches has a lovely, royal, snooty look on her face. Almost daring you to laugh! Jake is pissed and Shelby looks terrified!

    Seriously they don't mind the snoods it all. In fact, it bothers my husband more than them. He says they look ridiculous, but then he's not the one who grooms them!
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    I'm going to check out the selection at the dog show next weekend. If there aren't any cute ones ("manly" for my baby boy!) I'm going to order one from eBay that I like. Black with white polka dots...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy T
    Princess Peaches has a lovely, royal, snooty look on her face. Almost daring you to laugh!

    Hence her "title"
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    hey do get used to them quite quickly, especially as food is involved!!


    I use scrunchies and there's about 2 seconds where they are unimpressed, then the food arrives...

    I got really tired of gunky ears, esp. on the days they eat sardines... icon_yikes Snoods or scrunchies work really well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karlin
    hey do get used to them quite quickly, especially as food is involved!!


    I use scrunchies and there's about 2 seconds where they are unimpressed, then the food arrives...

    I got really tired of gunky ears, esp. on the days they eat sardines... icon_yikes Snoods or scrunchies work really well.
    You give them sardines???
    Groooooossssss...... aren't they really really salty? and doesn't their breath REEK afterwards??
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    Default snoods

    with that first link, what the heck does that dog have in it's mouth??
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