Post Traumatic Siberian Stare otherwise known as Post Bath Stink-Eye.
"I'm so documenting this in my memoires of the abuse and traumas I'm subjected to."
One of the nice things about Siberians is that they rarely need baths. They just never get dirty or if they do, the mud and dirt sort of just falls off them. Not having to bathe Juno too much makes up for the twice annual coat blowing and the never-ending army of Siberian dust bunnies collecting on the floors. Usually twice per year I give them both a bath. Even Loki doesn't need much bathing. He stays pretty clean too. Lately, we've been going for lots of off-leash forest walks where they plow through some muddy, stinky areas of the river banks. And Juno actually stunk.
So Saturday night's fun activity was bath night. Oh yeah. You can see how exciting life in Europe has been. Well, at least for the dogs.
Loki took his bath like a man, reluctant, but quiet. Juno? Her protests and dramatic cries for help could be heard throughout the neighborhood. The autobiography, "Siberian on the Edge: Bullied by a Formosan and Bathed by a Human," is due to hit bookstores this spring.
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