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Daily Dog Challenge 1956. "Cheery"

 

Our Daily Challenge - Mar 10, 2017 - "Mellow Yellow"

 

117 Pictures in 2017 - #47. "Petals"

 

2017 Weekly Alphabet Challenge - J is for Jut

 

I think he has all bases covered. :)

 

Amazing what you can do with two sheets of card stock paper and a plain head band.

 

The paper was folded into quarters and freehand cut, leaving a short, square tail at the base. Each tail was individually wrapped around the headband and tapped to the back of their petal. Each petal was taped to its neighbor in the back with a small piece of tape.

 

The results were surprisingly sturdy.

 

Today's Post (Yellow Flowers) : www.bzdogs.com/2017/03/yellow-flowers.html

 

Stop on by Zachary and Henry's blog: bzdogs.com - The Secret Life of the Suburban Dog

.... outside the Zephyr Cafe in Squamish. Only the really big piles of snow are left now.

Tied up on the sidewalk ...

My lovely dog Spike

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Grazie mille a tutti per le vostre visite e commenti !

Thank you all for your visites and comments !

Are you looking at my?

Cute dog checking in with owner . . .

Friendly dog seen at Cherry Creek Sate park.He seemed to want his picture taken.

One for dog lovers

 

Free stock image from vlaaitje @ pixabay

Taken after walking around Hodnet gardens, Shropshire.

Diet Candidate... don't blame the dog . . . .

My dog Zelda. She's getting much better at having her picture taken. Picture taken late afternoon, sun was low.

When Max lies down on his favorite shaggy rug, he blends in and disappears

sometimes life is like a dog

Ground level view . .

Ergo the name "Watchdog"

Just because s/he's gorgeous - a canal boat dog we saw today while walking along the Regents Canal in London!

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.

 

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Minnie (top) and Diesel (miniature dachshunds) on the Walkway Over the Hudson ~ Poughkeepsie, NY

We tend to think of ourselves as superior to other animals... but in many ways the opposite is true. . . .

The title is Ross's nickname, short for 'Doug Ross' of the TV hospital series 'ER'. A character played by George Clooney:-)

Cute doggie.... smile for the camera!

Lakewood Ranch, FL What a sweetie.

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