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On Every Christmas, He Used To Dress Up His Dog Like A Different Animal

Peter Thorpe, a photographer lives in Bristol, started a nice little tradition before 20 years, and he still makes it these days. He started this tradition with his previous dog, Paddy. He transformed it to various animals for his annual holiday card. He now continues this tradition with Raggle.



Turning to Photoshop to make these pics is what other photographers do, but using real props is what Peter does instead. He sends the photos to his clients, friends, and family when they are ready.


Unfortunately, Raggle is becoming weaker and older every which makes the cards of this year is the last one! Watch the video below to have more information.



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In 1990 — Just a pup dressed as Rudolph

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In 2000 — The best tree-topper ever

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In 2001 — A well-behaved choir pup

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In 2006 — A camel in the desert

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In 2007 — A very real looking donkey

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In 2009 — A cooked turkey

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In 2010 — A sheep with her shepherd

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In 2011 — An adorable little penguin

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In 2012 — Scrooge the pooch

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In 2013 — A winter robin

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In 2014 — The cutest little mouse

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