A blog about dogs (and the parks and gardens where dogs are sometimes found).
The nose pose is a classic!
Now I want a white one! Thank you! Your photos have an almost 3D quality, somehow the subject sits in stark relief upon the background, like those Kodak Ektakrome glasses.
gorgeous photo of the poodle, Lily on the table. So perfect !!
How old is Lily? I think she may know our Poppy from puppy kindergarten.
Lily is 4. Hey, that reminds me — when is Poppy going to come to the dog park? I hear there is going to be a Siberian Husky meet up soon. A Poodle meet up would rule!
Thanks--then this might be the "Lily" I had in mind.Poppy doesn't do the dog park. Our crew got spooked once at the Verona park when a nasty owner did not control his dog. We'll keep the idea in mind, though!
I've found early mornings best for avoiding badly behaved dog handlers at the dog park. And don't forget — Capital Springs has a fenced "small dog" area within the larger park.
I met with an old friend today who had adopted a large white dog, but the dog died recently. He gave me a printed out sheet about his dog named Yodi + his last name, "since I had known the dog."I was able to give him back your The Puparrazo blogspot to ease his obvious hurting.Thanks for sharing the beautiful dogs.
Best to you and your friend, tradguy.
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