Discussion in 'Dog Pictures and Pet Photos' started by Fran101, May 30, 2013.
I'm not entirely sure how he is clearing the ground in this one.
Low-rider, getting low
^^ That picture drives me nuts! They use it on both chihuahua and papillon mugs/calendars/websites/etc. I have no idea which breed it really is. I did track down the photographer's page and it was listed as a chi. But they had a dog photo'd there listed as a pap that was obviously a chi (solid colored and small ears) so who knows.
Best Old Dog Ever.
summerribbons by Summer_Papillon, on Flickr
Seriously, I could not ask for more from my 10 year old Tiny Dog. She's awesome.
Shaffer kisses Pepper so many times she ends up like this. This, happens every day. I keep hoping it doesn't do lasting damage, so far, tho, it just dries and she is fine.
Maybe now she gets it when we tell her
TOO MANY KISSES PEPPER!
Dance's morning face. Combined with squeaky noises and crinkled ears haha.
And the rest of the crew, waiting for me to actually get up.
I don't have a living room. I have a dog kennel.
Standing in the rain playing fetch with the Chuck It. Dedication.
Juno said um k thanks, but no thanks, in regards to that park trip.
For a second I thought you just posted a beautiful shot of a forest/stone wall then realized what I was supposed to be looking at. Beautiful!
And Dance hands down has the most lovely dog face. Its so foxy. If I could transplant that mug on Bandit but keep him the same I would.
My beautiful big butchy girl.
The stone wall is the northern edge of our property, about 20 yards (maybe, I'm really bad with distance) from the back of the house
I love my borrowed personal trainer dog. 5km every day! Whether I like it or not.
I'm already back to work. Yay, Skipper! Sorry for the huge picture, yanked it off of facebook.
Not a photo, but Journey feels that everything in life must be shared. And is pretty cute about it... but the slimy bone in this case kind of outweighs the cute haha.
Between ear sets at almost 15 weeks old. My girl is growing up!
Playing in the park. Frisbees make heelwork hard.
I took this picture a couple of days ago. Luke talking about life with his new pup friend Holly.