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Bichon Frises Greeting Card featuring the photograph China's Latest Craze - Dyeing Pets by Christine Till

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China's Latest Craze - Dyeing Pets Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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LOL....poor thing looks like an astronaut! v

Awesome shot, Christine!

Great shot, Christine. Good to know this doesn't hurt the dog!

I like the haircut. Good word- craze. I also think it';s crazy thing to do to poor animals. Recently I saw a poodel all dyed in neon purple.

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Christine Till - CT-Graphics Just 10 years ago, dogs were still eaten in China's public restaurants and raised on farms for that purpose, and traditional Chinese medicine held that so-called "fragrant meat" from dogs could fortify one's health. Now, eating dog is viewed by many as an embarrassing reminder of a poorer time. With more money to spend, Chinese pet owners have embraced dog-owning culture with a vengeance. Dogs are brought into restaurants, fussed over in public, dressed up in ridiculous outfits and their coats are dyed. The trend demonstrates how quickly and dramatically attitudes toward pets particularly dogs have changed in many parts of Asia. The special dyes for dogs used are completely non toxic and not harmful to the animals, and this dog is unfazed by its new blue ears.

About Christine Till

Christine Till

My photography covers a wide range of subjects such as fine art, still life, black and white, infrared, portrait, animal, architecture, landscape, national and international travel and corporate (commercial) images. All my photographs and photo objects are available as fine-quality Prints or as immediate downloads from http://www.ct-graphics.com/. Get them as Calendars from redbubble, or digital per email, or on CD / DVD. If you are serious about upscale photography, please contact me for a free consultation. I cover assignments throughout the United States and abroad. I will also be happy to help you if you have a question about a picture, or would like a different format, size, customization, or need custom stock photos. My...

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