Celebrating Ugly Pets

A picture post for ugly or dressed-up pets. If your pet is ugly and you are proud of it or if your pet just looks good in a costume, send me a picture at MundaneFotos@yahoo.com or post a picture to your blog and leave me a comment. Actually, not all the animals here are ugly. "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." And the narratives are not always 100% accurate. Sometimes they're not 1% accurate, but I hope you enjoy them.

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Party Doberman

Doberman with sun glasses and blow toy in its mouthBelieve it or not, that little toy the dog has in its mouth would go out and in every few seconds. Was he really trained to blow on that? This is some party animal!

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Saturday, February 25, 2006

Pastel Poodle

Big Poodle in Pastel ColorsHow long do you think he spends in front of the mirror each morning to get that look?

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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Big Cat Country

Tiger on a sunny winter day in St. Louis, MONo, this is not an ugly pet. This magnificent animal is not a pet and wouldn't make a good pet, but it can be seen at the St. Louis Zoo. The St. Louis Zoo is fantastic and it is free! Parking is $8, but if you get there early you can often find free parking on the streets near the zoo. Bring the family, you won't be disappointed.

Sunday, February 19, 2006

I'm Not The Ugly Pet!

Just seeing the look on this dog's face I know what he's thinking.

"They don't pay me enough to give this monkey a ride, but at least he's wearing the silly costume and not me! Just for the record, he's the ugly pet in this picture, not me"

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St. Bernard In Low Risers

St. Bernard dog in Blue Jeans and shirtYou would think this dog is big enough to stop this kind of humiliation.

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Friday, February 03, 2006

Do You See The Pet?

Uncle Same Mailbox Post with a pet watching from behind the treeDo you see the pet? No, it isn't snail mail. Hint: At one time he could have worked for the pony express delivering mail.

If you are using Internet Explorer, click on the picture to enlarge it once. Then keep you cursor over the enlarged picture until the expand button appears in the lower right corner and click on it. If you use Firefox, click on the image to make it bigger and then click on it again to make the picture even bigger.