Dog Bearding for Mo-vember

November is almost over and I wanted to share my contribution to the “Movember”/”No-Shave-ember” movement. ๐Ÿ™‚

Being a Hispanic female, I don’t have much any facial hair. [Ha!] So this is how I am going to show my support for all those dudes letting their CREEPER flag fly via the caterpillar on their upper lip. ๐Ÿ™‚
I thought cat-bearding was hilarious the first time I saw it! But Rory is still too young to provide me with an effective beard… When I received an email from DogVacay about dog-bearding, I knew I had to try it right away! And yep – totally hilarious. ๐Ÿ™‚

So the whole concept isn’t as easy as I initially thought. You gotta get the placement right so that their nose looks like it becomes your own. And the cropping is also important!
All three dogs received treats for behaving, too. ๐Ÿ™‚
Photo 1 features a Buster Beared // Photo 2 [with Daniel] features a Sampson ‘Stach // 
Lastly is the baby beard of the bunch: Osa. ๐Ÿ™‚

I’m glad that DogVacay contacted me about their dog-bearding contest! The concept of their website is pretty rad. You can search for people in your neighborhood that are willing to dog-sit! They’ve got profiles you can choose from and some folks have pets already, while others don’t. At the moment Daniel and I kennel Osa elsewhere, and are pretty happy with it, but it’s so far away, and I have to schedule pretty far in advance. I feel like we definitely need to try out DogVacay Houston in the future.
I haven’t been paid or anything to advertise for DogVacay, but the concept is pretty awesome, right? ๐Ÿ™‚ If you try dog-bearding, please share the photos. Funny stuff!!