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Found September 28, 2013 on Gamedayr:

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We’re not sure if we should call PETA or get the owner of this yellow and black striped dog a beer.

Yeah, we’re going to go with beer. How often do we see a puppy painted to look like an LSU Tigers mascot for gameday?

Not often enough.

Photo: Twitter/Steven Godfrey

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  • A new trend could start from here. It would be nice if it could be washed off after the game.
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