It’s the dog’s day of rest. Well, every day is a dog’s day of rest. But Sunday even more so.
Another sun dog!
I love how dogs just do dog stuff and totally make a living at it.
I notice that his tail is carefully concealed – every dog has his day, but a dog
with no tail has a week-end. Boom-Boom!
Aw, Daisy looks sleepy. I second that.
I miss the dogs of my family.
I wrote a short story in High School. A race of intelligent beings send an advance party to a small blue-green planet with the intent of colonizing and exploiting it. They lose contact with the advance party, time passes. They finally send a search party looking to see why they have not heard from the first group. When they get here these beings find that the advance party has it pretty good; the locals feed them & shelter them and take them for walks – heck they even pick up their poop for them!! The message is sent to the rescue party “You screw this up for us & your dead meat!”
That picture has high clarity and great B&W! how much of that is from your camera and how much of that is Photoshop?
Working like a dog…
Nice pic of your buddy. Reminds me of Max, a crazy sweet yellow lab we had for almost 13 years. Miss you, Max.
Very good dog.
Have we reached the dog bed days of December?
I agree.It’s been a long week.
That dog’s face can make you say, “What did I do? I’m sorry, whatever it is. Have a bone or some steak!”
Aw, that picture made me want to pat Daisy’s head (except I can’t, obviously).
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