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Monday, 13 February 2012

Clothes Dogs

The more I see of humans, The more I love Dogs


COMFORTER :

Small spaniels were used to cure human disorders; 'comforters' were pressed against the afflicted part, keeping it warm and sometimes effecting a cure simply because the patient believed it was possible.


DOG FUR :

Dog fur is generally thought much too inferior to be worn, except perhaps as a travel rug. But samoyed skins were worn as clothing by 18th century Siberians, and the coat clippings of Tibetan terriers used to be mixed with yak hair and woven into a soft, semi- waterproof cloth. Wool from poodles, Old English sheep dogs etc is sometimes spun and knitted by enthusiasts.

GLOVE/POCKET BEAGLE :

A very small dog from the Elizabethan times up to the 19th century, said to be small enough to be carried in a lady's glove, but in fact applied to any beagle under 10 inches high.

MUFF DOG :

Toy terrier small enough to slip into a muff and keep its owner's hands warm.

POWDER PUFF :

In hairless breeds, the occasional pup which is born with normal hair and teeth.


PYJAMA DOG :

Afghan hounds have been called 'greyhounds in pyjama'.


SLEEVE DOG :

Japanese spaniels and Chinese temple dogs carried in the loose sleeves of oriental gowns.


WATER-RUGS :

Shakespeare's description of the dog he used for hunting waterfowl on the Avon, probably an English water spaniel.

raj Prateek Verma




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