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Friday Tattoo Update

RockyRockypawtatt_3 Menck_3 A few more BARk readers have shared their parallel passions for dogs and tattoos--just in time to inspire a little weekend canine-inking. This classic paw with flourish is the actual print from a Beagle named Rocky (far left). "The artist made it look like he just stepped on my back," says Rocky's guardian and tattoo canvas Whitney Mayeda of Fresno.

Long Beach resident Laura Menck got a tattoo of her American Bulldog, Dolly, just last month. Her “brilliant” artist was Jef Kopp of Th'ink Tank Tattoo in Denver. Menck writes, “He captured Dolly’s happy face and, in some way, she will be with me forever!”

It's been a real pleasure seeing how tattoo-loving dog folks express their love. Thanks to everyone for gussying up the BARk blog with your self-expression.

Lisa Wogan

April 11, 2008 in Cool stuff | Permalink

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