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Old 11-25-2012, 04:56 PM
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If I didn't know better I'd think this was a picture of Toby! That is the universal chi admonishment of bath time!! Lol. She does not look happy. How dare you?!


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Old 11-25-2012, 05:09 PM
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How cute! She looks so needing of love after such a horrible thing as a bath.
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:33 PM
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Aww bless her! She doesn't look happy!
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This is a terrible thing called "wet Chihuahua syndrome".

Symptoms include, but are not limited to, shaking, shivering, eye glances, and trying to grasp tub with toenails. Some advanced symptoms can include growling, snarling, whimpering, and in extreme cases, nipping.

The cure to this syndrome, Immediate action must be taken. Gather up the following items: Two dry towels, it is preferred if they are pre-heated. A comfortable chair, sofa or other sitting area including the bed. A remote control for the TV is advisable. If possible a soft drink or cup of tea will help the attendee. Wrap the ailing Chi in the heated towel. Rub gently to remove excess moisture. Once most of the moisture is removed, wrap Chi in second heated towel. Now the attendee and the Chi should position themselves in the comfortable seating area. Turn on the music or TV. Position the Chi still wrapped in the towel gentle on your lap. At this point, say nice things to your Chi. Try words like..."I’m sorry you had to get a bath" and "You know that I love you", or “I will give you an extra treat”.

Within an hour or so the symptoms should pass and your Chihuahua will return to normal.
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Old 11-25-2012, 09:19 PM
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Love how your girl picks her foot up! Tiki does the same thing! I think it is the cutest thing ever!



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This is a terrible thing called "wet Chihuahua syndrome".

Symptoms include, but are not limited to, shaking, shivering, eye glances, and trying to grasp tub with toenails. Some advanced symptoms can include growling, snarling, whimpering, and in extreme cases, nipping.

The cure to this syndrome, Immediate action must be taken. Gather up the following items: Two dry towels, it is preferred if they are pre-heated. A comfortable chair, sofa or other sitting area including the bed. A remote control for the TV is advisable. If possible a soft drink or cup of tea will help the attendee. Wrap the ailing Chi in the heated towel. Rub gently to remove excess moisture. Once most of the moisture is removed, wrap Chi in second heated towel. Now the attendee and the Chi should position themselves in the comfortable seating area. Turn on the music or TV. Position the Chi still wrapped in the towel gentle on your lap. At this point, say nice things to your Chi. Try words like..."I’m sorry you had to get a bath" and "You know that I love you", or “I will give you an extra treat”.

Within an hour or so the symptoms should pass and your Chihuahua will return to normal.
Lol! Very amusing!
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Old 11-25-2012, 09:55 PM
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This is a terrible thing called "wet Chihuahua syndrome".

Symptoms include, but are not limited to, shaking, shivering, eye glances, and trying to grasp tub with toenails. Some advanced symptoms can include growling, snarling, whimpering, and in extreme cases, nipping.

The cure to this syndrome, Immediate action must be taken. Gather up the following items: Two dry towels, it is preferred if they are pre-heated. A comfortable chair, sofa or other sitting area including the bed. A remote control for the TV is advisable. If possible a soft drink or cup of tea will help the attendee. Wrap the ailing Chi in the heated towel. Rub gently to remove excess moisture. Once most of the moisture is removed, wrap Chi in second heated towel. Now the attendee and the Chi should position themselves in the comfortable seating area. Turn on the music or TV. Position the Chi still wrapped in the towel gentle on your lap. At this point, say nice things to your Chi. Try words like..."I’m sorry you had to get a bath" and "You know that I love you", or “I will give you an extra treat”.

Within an hour or so the symptoms should pass and your Chihuahua will return to normal.
You've captured it perfectly.


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Aw, you must wrap her in a dry warm towel and sit with her for hours, after what you just did to her.
She called the Chi abuse hotline on me.
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If I didn't know better I'd think this was a picture of Toby! That is the universal chi admonishment of bath time!! Lol. She does not look happy. How dare you?!


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They know how to make you feel so guilty, don't they. Little toots!
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