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Greyhound Legend models the latest in Hanukkah pet fashion, a flameless menorah. No oil needed.
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Put on your yarmulke, Rufus, it’s time for Hanukkah! The dapper dog poses properly with his bright blue dreidel.
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Can’t a girl just get some gelt? Lovely Liza dons her best blue in hopes of winning a few gold coins. Just remember: No chocolate for dogs!
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Blinded by the light? Nah, just entranced by the warm glow of the menorah.
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Those stars and that hue just flatter little Phideaux’s fur tone so well, don’t you think?
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ALL OR NOTHING
Suki’s ready to take her dreidel for a spin. Let’s hope she lands on Gimel!
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By contrast, we’re guessing this kitty landed on Shin. Hey, no need to take it out on the toy!
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LOOK AT CHEW
Archie, menorahs aren’t for chewing! Then again, if we had one this soft, we might do the same.
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STOP AND STARE
We know you’re eyeing those latkes, Tilly. We see that side stare.
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This cute pup sinks his teeth into a festive plush pal, who’s smiling through the pain.
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Uh, guys? This isn’t a birthday party – we don’t blow these candles out. Step away!
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Ziggy can’t help but fall for the homemade sufganiyot, and we can’t say we blame him.
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“It has a lovely body, with legs so short and thin.” The dreidel, not the dog. Though we’ve gotta say the dog’s pretty lovely, too.
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Teddy ponders the big questions of the holiday. Like, “Will I get eight nights of presents? Or maybe just one?”
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A TIP OF THE HAT
Terrier Harry, decked out in his finest blue and white, looks ready to party in honor of the Festival of Lights.
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Oscar, also known as “His Royal Highness the Prince of Hanukkah,” wears his holiday cheer on his sleeve.