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VIDEO: There Really ARE Pink Dogs

Emma, a pink dog in San Juan Capistrano. Patch video credit: Penny Arévalo
Emma, a pink dog in San Juan Capistrano. Patch video credit: Penny Arévalo
When Matt Musselman came home today, he discovered his miniature Schnauzer-slash-toy poodle was pink.

It wasn't a total surprise for the San Juan Capistrano resident, though, because in exchange for free grooming, a friend gets to experiment on Emma.

Musselman didn't sound enthusiastic about the change, but 11-month-old daughter Ellie sure does.

"She's been laughing the whole day," he said.

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Elsa January 16, 2014 at 10:23 AM
That's animal abuse; it's not laughable.
alex March 12, 2014 at 01:28 AM
How so? The definition of abuse means to cause harm.. Using non chemical dyes to temporarily adjust the animals coat does not hurt the animal. Your skewed view on the matter is laughable.
Diane Baum March 12, 2014 at 12:58 PM
I agree Alex. It just washes out and no harm to dog. I know Matt Musselman, and believe me, that dog is treated better than most human babies!

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