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My daughter wants to get a custom headcover of our dog? We found a website that has a bunch of breeds but ours is a unique breed.  Was wondering if anyone knows of someone you can send photos and they make the headcover like they do the bobble heads.

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I don't, but that's a GREAT idea. I'd love to get one for my wife and daughter!
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Originally Posted by David in FL

I don't, but that's a GREAT idea. I'd love to get one of my wife and daughter!

As they say… FTFY.

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Originally Posted by iacas

As they say… FTFY.

They might find that just a little creepy.......at least the 13 year-old would!

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I couldn't find what I wanted, so I just made my own. The Dude Abides.
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Originally Posted by spartan6

I couldn't find what I wanted, so I just made my own. The Dude Abides.

LMAO!!! That is great!!! Made my day right there.

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I couldn't find what I wanted, so I just made my own. The Dude Abides.

That's fantastic - totally want one.

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With a little change in the outfit, that could be "The Buddy Christ!"

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Here's three friends that I don't really use but they are hilarious as each one has preprogrammed talkie messages like Homer's, "Mmmm an open faced club sand wedge."
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With a little change in the outfit, that could be "The Buddy Christ!"

Until I saw the pants and jellies, I thought that was "Buddy Christ" as well.

I guess great minds DO think alike

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