he weather outside today may be what meteorologists like to call A Bit Shit, but the sun was shining on Michael and his trusty dog, Molly, down at Vanity Fur this afternoon.
Having won this year’s covetedMe & My Poochtitle – alongside the equally adorable Indie & Dory – today’s happy couple swung by Vanity Fur with mum Paula, to both meet the town’s no.1 dog groomer and, hey, to pick up their GG commemorative mug.
And there were quite a few mugs smiling for the camera, including the shy Molly, as Maria took a break from undreadlocking a poodle to arrange for the winning couple’s big makeover prize.
So, thanks to Vanity Fur for making Michael and Molly’s day, and thanks to the winning couples in this year’s Me & My Pooch – and all the other beautiful contestants – for proving yet again that Greystones is The Most Handsomist Town In The Whole Wide World. Fact.
You can check out the other winner of Me & My Pooch 2016 getting their Pawtraits close-uphere. Tell ’em GG sent you, and receive absolutely no discount whatsoever.
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