Karla By: Karla

PRANCING RAY OF SUNSHINE - 2/52

Week 2 of 52 Weeks for Dogs for my Colby.

 

I'm working on "come" with the little guy. He learned it well when we first got him (last February) but we've been slack on his obedience the last few months and he has been demonstrating his Pomeranian independent spirit. So....back to basics.

 

Here, I called him when he was on the other side of the pool. He sure was excited to run to me, and I didn't even have a treat.

 

I wish this was sharper but I thought it was just too cute not to post!!!

  • Mary Beth 5y

    that is one HAPPY doggie! whoa! great capture:)

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  • Tori 5y

    happy happy happy!!!
  • ~SoozieQ 5y

    Eeep! What a little cutie.
  • Liz 5y

    This is seriously cute. Great action shot.
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  • Margaret & The Beasts 5y

    so adorable!

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  • Lauren Di Giorgio 5y

    This is so sweet, Colby looks so happy! :)

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  • bec brindley photography 5y

    This is so good! 'Look at me, look at me!!'
  • NancyS2. 5y

    Wonderful photo just as it is! And the happiest, cutest face ever!! :)
  • Red~Star 5y

    This pooch just oooozes with cuteness and happiness. Superb action shot of Colby ! I love tiny breeds....he's so fluffy and probably a bundle of energy.I'm trying to help my dad find a small dog to adopt. We've gone to our local shelter...but it seems to be a warehouse for just large breeds. All the small ones are gone......rescue groups must come by and pluck them out. The only remaining little dogs there are the ones no one wants....seniors!

    We will be going to another shelter tomorrow. I've also looked online for him but can't find a dog that fits his parameters.
  • bivoir 5y

    It's incredibly cute! If this was a comedy movie, in the next frame he'd have run into a light pole!

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  • seeit_snapit 5y

    He is just so cute and his energy is really contagious. :)
  • SmartPoodle 5y

    That's adorable! What a cute Pom, I love that they are just bundles of fluff. Who think they are 200 lbs. Is that a happy slobber flying from his mouth? : )

    Natalie

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  • Pam 5y

    A happy strut indeed! Great joy here :-)
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  • Monica Jones 5y

    Was someone talking to me...I was have some real fun. Off I go. lol Colby in the action. It was like in the middle of the run you cried out....Strike a pose. lol Reminds me of another reason why people love Poms.
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  • Linda 5y

    Great capture of Colby!! He looks so cute in this photo!
  • schulze- 5y

    Colby turned into an amazing Pomeranian!! His fur is gorgeous! And he always seem to be so happy!!
  • Idil 5y

    OMG! How sweet is this boy! Awesome capture - gives me a huge smile!

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  • PickyourOwnPet.com 5y

    Hello Doggies Are From Heaven. I am starting a new website called PickYourOwnPet.com, which is for online animal classifieds. I need some nice pictures of each breed of dog. This picture is a perfect example of what a Pomeranian looks like. With your permission, I would love to use this picture as a model picture for Pomeranian. Please let me know. Thank You so Much.

    -PickYourOwnPet.com
    photo@pickyourownpet.com
  • Lynne Jacobs 5y

    I can tell from this picture how much joy he must bring you. He needs a top hat and coattails like he is doing a tap dance routine, "Ha cha cha chah."
  • dohlongma 5y

    haha, so cute! what a good boy, he's happy to please you :)

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Taken on January 12, 2010
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