There Is A Season (Dog, Dog, Dog)
January 17, 2020 10:29 PM   Subscribe

For seven years, a small pet salon & hotel in the island town of Minamiawaji has been taking pictures of their satisfied canine clients. And two years ago, the photoshoots have included seasonal backdrops and decorations to go along with all the good dogs. The floof of Popotan-chan. The joy of Oji-chan. The extended blep of Kirara-chan. And dozens of other well-coiffed dogs in the oasis that is the twitter account of Pet Salon Barm.
posted by smasuch (12 comments total) 15 users marked this as a favorite
 
Can I have the job of pet salon photographer?
posted by AlexiaSky at 12:58 AM on January 18


This is quality content, and I love it.
posted by gryftir at 1:02 AM on January 18 [2 favorites]


They're good dogs, Brent.
posted by biscotti at 5:01 AM on January 18


These are very photogenic dogs. Good, good boys and girls!
posted by TrishaU at 6:02 AM on January 18


...aaand follow. They're dapper dogs, Brent.
posted by Flannery Culp at 6:13 AM on January 18


My twitter feed needed this. I am in your debt, smasuch.
posted by the primroses were over at 6:31 AM on January 18


YES. I first saw a video of this "Real Mickey Mouse" a few days ago. Holy COW.
[And here's a different Mickey Mouse dog I found while searching for that link.]
However, not the same salon as the OP. This is SHU AND TREE
posted by Glinn at 7:23 AM on January 18


Excellent.
posted by Johnny Wallflower at 7:57 AM on January 18


[One comment deleted; sorry, using the phrase "my spirit animal" in a jokey way is something our Native American members have asked folks not to do. An alternative is "patronus" like in Harry Potter, or "inspiration" etc.]
posted by LobsterMitten (staff) at 11:29 AM on January 18 [4 favorites]


My bad..

Kirara-chan is my new Patronus then...
posted by Windopaene at 11:08 AM on January 19 [1 favorite]


This one of Kirara-chan is my favorite.
posted by mhum at 2:36 PM on January 20




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