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Celebrity Pooch Hits Coney Island Incognito
By Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent
Being a celebrity isn’t all red carpet premieres and designer threads. When you’re a public figure like Pugsy, host of the reality TV show Big Barker, just running out for a rawhide without causing a paparazzi swarm is almost impossible. FluffPo’s gossip column has just learned that Pugsy may be using disguises in order to escape his SoHo loft and roam the city in peace.
Today, he wanted to enjoy a last summertime hurrah without the stress of having photographers or fans in his face, so he opted for a clever costume.
FluffPo caught up with Pugsy’s rep, Maria Andrade, while the pup was in line for one of the popular roller coasters. “He just wants to be able to enjoy the boardwalk like a normal dog,” Andrade said. “So I came up with the idea of this disguise! We’ve been here for hours and nobody has recognized him!”
Suddenly, Andrade looked concerned. “Wait, is this on the record?”
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Celebrity Pooch Hits Coney Island Incognito

By Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent

Being a celebrity isn’t all red carpet premieres and designer threads. When you’re a public figure like Pugsy, host of the reality TV show Big Barker, just running out for a rawhide without causing a paparazzi swarm is almost impossible. FluffPo’s gossip column has just learned that Pugsy may be using disguises in order to escape his SoHo loft and roam the city in peace.

Today, he wanted to enjoy a last summertime hurrah without the stress of having photographers or fans in his face, so he opted for a clever costume.

FluffPo caught up with Pugsy’s rep, Maria Andrade, while the pup was in line for one of the popular roller coasters. “He just wants to be able to enjoy the boardwalk like a normal dog,” Andrade said. “So I came up with the idea of this disguise! We’ve been here for hours and nobody has recognized him!”

Suddenly, Andrade looked concerned. “Wait, is this on the record?”

Via istolethetv.

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Table Scrap Torments Dog, Cat
by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent
According to reports, a piece of food is still sitting on the kitchen counter, just out of reach of Bart the dog and Max the cat. 
Sources on the ground tell The Fluffington Post that the tasty morsel has just been sitting there, as if to silently taunt the canine/feline duo.
"It was probably left around dinner last night, or breakfast this morning," says witness Eric Ryman. "In any case, it must be killing those two that they can’t get to it."
The delectable tidbit was originally thought to be pork, but is believed to be chicken-like in appearance.
"To be honest, it could be anything," says Ryman. "It definitely looks like meat, though, and that’s enough for Bart and Max. I can only imagine what those two are going through."
At press time, the lip-smacking scrap had seemingly moved over a few inches, but not enough for gravity to take over. 
The Fluffington Post will continue to monitor the situation closely. 
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Table Scrap Torments Dog, Cat

by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent

According to reports, a piece of food is still sitting on the kitchen counter, just out of reach of Bart the dog and Max the cat

Sources on the ground tell The Fluffington Post that the tasty morsel has just been sitting there, as if to silently taunt the canine/feline duo.

"It was probably left around dinner last night, or breakfast this morning," says witness Eric Ryman. "In any case, it must be killing those two that they can’t get to it."

The delectable tidbit was originally thought to be pork, but is believed to be chicken-like in appearance.

"To be honest, it could be anything," says Ryman. "It definitely looks like meat, though, and that’s enough for Bart and Max. I can only imagine what those two are going through."

At press time, the lip-smacking scrap had seemingly moved over a few inches, but not enough for gravity to take over. 

The Fluffington Post will continue to monitor the situation closely. 

Via K9ABX.

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Dog Really Wants To Be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
By Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent
As a young puppy, Ralph spent his Saturday mornings and watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
He still idolizes the group, and in fact, sources close to the beagle told The Fluffington Post that he dreams of someday being a member of a real life TMNT gang. The recent box office success of the new Ninja Turtles movie has only fueled his desire that much more.
"Oh, he was first in line at the movie opening weekend," said friend Iggy Montenegra. "He loved it, of course, but he kept calling it ‘a great documentary,’ which I thought was a little odd."
Though he is no longer a teenager — and is not a turtle, Ralph sees those as only minor impediments on his quest to become a justice-seeking mutant. He feels that his thirst for justice and righting the world’s wrongs would make him a great fit for fighting crime from the sewers. 
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Dog Really Wants To Be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

By Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent

As a young puppy, Ralph spent his Saturday mornings and watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

He still idolizes the group, and in fact, sources close to the beagle told The Fluffington Post that he dreams of someday being a member of a real life TMNT gang. The recent box office success of the new Ninja Turtles movie has only fueled his desire that much more.

"Oh, he was first in line at the movie opening weekend," said friend Iggy Montenegra. "He loved it, of course, but he kept calling it ‘a great documentary,’ which I thought was a little odd."

Though he is no longer a teenager — and is not a turtle, Ralph sees those as only minor impediments on his quest to become a justice-seeking mutant. He feels that his thirst for justice and righting the world’s wrongs would make him a great fit for fighting crime from the sewers. 

Via Marin Cathrae

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The Container Store Announces Puppy Storage Solution
by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent
Puppies. They’re adorable. Problem is, they’re everywhere.
The Container Store now has a solution for that.
In a press conference last week, the retailer announced a line of boxes specially made for the little troublemakers. The Kennel Collection features stackable units guaranteed to keep pups contained - and owners happy.
"We’ve always been in the business of organization," says CEO Kip Tindell. "People need ways of keeping their things together. Puppies are no different.”
The products are currently in the testing phase with a soft launch scheduled mid-September in a handful of midwestern stores.
"We want to just test the waters before doing a full release," says Tindell. "There’s a chance this could completely backfire - but then again,  there’s always risk in innovation."
The Kennel Collection will be available in a range of colors, or for the retro-inclined, clear.
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The Container Store Announces Puppy Storage Solution

by Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent

Puppies. They’re adorable. Problem is, they’re everywhere.

The Container Store now has a solution for that.

In a press conference last week, the retailer announced a line of boxes specially made for the little troublemakers. The Kennel Collection features stackable units guaranteed to keep pups contained - and owners happy.

"We’ve always been in the business of organization," says CEO Kip Tindell. "People need ways of keeping their things together. Puppies are no different.”

The products are currently in the testing phase with a soft launch scheduled mid-September in a handful of midwestern stores.

"We want to just test the waters before doing a full release," says Tindell. "There’s a chance this could completely backfire - but then again,  there’s always risk in innovation."

The Kennel Collection will be available in a range of colors, or for the retro-inclined, clear.

Via Soggydan Benenovitch.

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