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Instead of decorating the house, he figured he’d decorate himself.
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This Rhodesian ridgeback promises he’s been very good this year, Santa.
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After spending many months working alongside Santa Claws in the North Pole, this little helper wants his Christmas presents right meow.
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BELLA, HENRY, PRINCETON & LOLA
New year, new look. Apparently Santa’s reindeer have grown their hair out.
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He gets the award for most creative use of candy canes.
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We can guarantee the Grinch won’t steal this English bulldog’s Christmas.
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A very special tribute to the all-important woman behind-the-scenes, Mrs. Claus.
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George loves Christmas – and the camera loves him!
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It’s Christmas. And this bulldog takes that very seriously.
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‘Twas the night before Christmas and Midnight was messing with the Christmas tree lights. Again.
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It’s only once a year so let them have their fun. That’s what I keep telling myself.
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Oliver makes nice with this group of misfit toys – but promptly attacks them after the photo shoot.
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One step closer and I’ll swat.
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She considers herself the Christmas present that keeps on giving.
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This costume cooperative snow-man-dog deserves every present coming to him this year.
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Santa, we present to you an alternative to Rudolph: An 18-month-old Doberman with very impressive muscle mass.