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This sport takes back ancestral traditions which allowed the Inuits to survive in the big Arctic deserts and represent the link with the nature.
Fast, exciting, well trained sled dog teams are the result of careful behind the scenes planning and hard work. Successful mushers are knowledgeable in such diverse areas as kennel management, canine behavior, nutrition, veterinary care, psychology, physical conditioning, housing and transportation. Wise mushers soon learn that success or failure in any of these areas affects performance dramatically. Considering this fact it is obvious that the welfare of the dogs is of paramount importance.
Team and driver develop a close, trusting relationship because of the amount of time they spend together. To betray that trust by not meeting all of the dog’s needs runs counter to the goal of having a happy, healthy, highly motivated team.
What you see at a race is the result of long hours of work and planning to ensure that the team is prepared to test its abilities against the trail and the competition.
Our dog, Winston, on a recent snowy day in Addison,Texas.
The first out of town of my D5100, my Buddy, at Batis Aramin in Lucban, Quezon, PH. My family and I went there to spend our Holy Week, to bond, to relax, and to enjoy the first month of our summer. This is also my first out of town after i graduated in College.
As we walk along the team building area of the resort, i got the chance to see a dog. Luckily, I'm using my long range lens that time and was able to capture the dog from afar. Right after i took this shoot, I stood up and pretended as if i'm not capturing the dog. I walked further from the dog to check my shot. Fortunately, the shot was rendered the way i want it to be.
This is the story of this shot.
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Bug is an Australian Cattle dog cross that came from an Idaho cattle ranch as a pup. She has turned out to be a real handful, but we love her.
Yesterday I was a dog. Today I'm a dog. Tomorrow I'll probably still be a dog. Sigh! There's so little hope for advancement.
- Charles M. Schulz (1922 - 2000), (Snoopy)
Burnese Mountain Dog puppy at Cheddar Reservoir in Somerset, UK!
Anxious friends from Svalbard. It's absolutely insane how these dogs can work. Wind and minus 15 degrees did not seem to bother them at all.
Reposting this from today since it and about a third of my photos on Flickr were mysteriously deleted this afternoon. (71/366)
This is Billy, he is my cousin’s dog, so she is our cousin!
We visited our relatives last Sunday and I spent some time taking shots of another dog, finally!
I really love the shape of his head!
He is a Maremma Sheepdog, all white and very tall (23 to 29 inches tall)!
Lassie used to torment him all day long when was just a puppy, now she is peaceful during our visits but does not want to be sniffed to much!
Billy you could spoil her hairstyle!
Happy New Week my friendS!
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My other dog died the day before, and Lukka wouldn't eat or do anything, for days
**No fish were harmed during the making of this photo...
At Jameson Lake, Eastern Washington State
Nelson loves fish...he would try to soft-mouth bite the fish, even before out of the water and lick it everytime he was around when we caught a fish...this one we sort of let him play with a little...he loved it
Dog yoga... it's all the new craze. ;-P
If you're wondering if he's comfortable.... he is. Tank does this often.
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Strobist: Elinchrom BRX 500 with 30x160cm gridded strip - horizontal from front - camera right and another similar from 45 degrees behind also camera right.
Hope you like the title.......just a bit of fun:))
I'm off to drink wine now (great pain killer:)......will catch up with comments on Monday when it's RAINING :((
What a mush! Charlie the golden retriever relaxing in the foyer. He lives with Bentley, the flat coated retriever. Both are fabulous dogs!
Better on black, hit L.
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The wild dog is South Africa’s most endangered carnivore and the second most endangered in Africa after the Ethiopian wolf. The current population of wild dogs in South Africa is estimated at less than 400. This one is a member of a pack seen not far from the Phalaborwa entrance gate. The dog's Latin name means "painted wolf ", referring to the animal's irregular, mottled coat, which features patches of red, black, brown, white, and yellow fur. Each animal has its own unique coat pattern, and all have big, rounded ears. They are extremely efficient hunters.
My dog, lying on a cozy carpet after a walk. She played a lot with a young yellow lab puppy called Carlos - so she was preeeety tired.
Sorry for the long absence, but you know, it was easter, my birthday, the semester started... I just had no time ; )