Discussion in 'Dog Pictures and Pet Photos' started by Fran101, May 30, 2013.
Windsor taking a break after our evening run.
Well shoot. I'm not sure how he ended up sideways. Sorry.
Sawyer was guarding the hallway to the bedroom where Kitty was hanging out. He doesn't like Marley getting too close to "his" kitty.
lol Zoom. Sawyer will be fully entertained. He has a new job now.
Took some of these several days ago and just now bothered to see if I got anything good. Oh hai Baby P.
DSC_0944 by sinnerinspurs, on Flickr
Black, White & Crazy is, well, crazy
Elsie got her first bath in six weeks today. She's so soft and fluffy.
Rhys was 15 weeks on Friday. Da baby is growin' up. His ears got cropped on Tuesday.
The "we're clearly being abused because you slept in and now our breakfast is 2 hours late" stare.
Vic says "YOu will stop taking pics of the kittens and only take pics of me. REmember me? The one you USE to take all the pics of?" Fooled you Vicabur.
Oh, the woe of posing for a picture. Except Squash. Squash has no woe.
Studying iz boring, mom!
DSC_0291 by sinnerinspurs, on Flickr
Exhibit A: Why I have not gone to the bathroom alone in years.
Note: This is the crappy cat door put into the laundry room by my house's previous owners. I have not uncrappified the door yet.
I was reorganizing the entire apartment today and was working on cleaning something by the door when I heard whining.
He was stuck. But very proud of the fact that he was stuck.
Stupid dumb puppy. <3
Puppy's first froyoz.
Sometimes the hairy black dog is really bad. Really, really bad.
I had no idea I caught any of that until I uploaded my pictures. I've had to get on her for this so much lately, and she does know it's not appropriate, but sometimes she just can't help herself. Thankfully Keira backs me up and tells her how rude it is too. Bad teenage puppy.
Poor scared pup at the shelter yesterday. I wanted to take him out for a walk but he didn't know me and was scared. Spent about 10-15 minutes sitting calmly ignoring him in the front of his run tossing bits of treats over to him with no luck. He'd take the treats about 5+ feet from me but come no closer. Fortunately someone has taken the time to get to know him and he went to his new home yesterday.
Good luck Kentucky, hope you love your new home.
awww by laikasaurusrex, on Flickr
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