Today’s Tattoo Round Up
Wow. The cool tattoos keep rolling in, including the free-hand-drawn portraits of Cody, a Golden Retriever, and Pepper, a Black Labrador, under Nancy Hori’s collarbone. Recently, Cody died at 18-years-old, placing him, according to Hori, among the longest-lived Goldens. “I miss him every day,” she says. “He was the greatest teacher I’ve ever had.” Hori runs Dog Day Afternoon, a dog daycare/cage-free boarding facility in Huntington Beach, California.
Not long ago, Lana Schippers in Des Moines, Iowa, tattooed a Weimaraner and three paw prints on the back of her neck, representing her three “weims,” with the face of her oldest, a blue.
On her lower back, Angela Kaiser of Sarasota, Florida, tattooed a tribute to all her dogs to date. The word Ke’, the name of her first dog, a Golden-Chow Chow mix, is surrounded by three Bernese Mountain Dogs including Cheyenne (bottom), Kaiser’s first and the mother of Teddy, top right, and Bella, top left.
Still more tatts to come. (Remember to click images to see enlargements.)
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