Mans (and women's) best friend. They are so much lessself conscious then humans :) so much easier to get a natural pose. Nice doggie environmental pix. Thanks.Joe
Hi Kirk,Great series of images. We take our Shetlander with us whenever we can (and the weather is cool). He's a rescue dog now twelve years old, and not up to walking great distances anymore. We tend to seek out those vendors with a water bowl near their stations for dogs at events, and if "Eddy" approves that's where we make our purchases.Larry C.
I met my wife at church, so the religion question (which was a major concern) was answered immediately. The first real question I asked her was, "Do you like dogs? If you don't, we can still be friends." We have been married for twenty-eight years. Our first dog--Barney--lived to be fourteen before succumbing to cancer. Dog number two--Opie--will be fifteen in November. He is blind and has arthritis, but still has his smile and attitude. Gotta love 'em!Aubrey
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