I can’t believe that our week-end is over. It was better than awesome.
I want to put up some new photos in my office, so one by one we took each dog out to the studio for a little portrait session. They all did so well.
When the New Year rolled in, I told Karen I want to make it a point to get the dogs out every month for photos. Losing seven last year was devastating and it just goes to prove they won’t be with us forever.
PS, we were out at the shelter this weekend taking photographs of the adoptable dogs. I asked if they had maybe picked up the little red dog I saw earlier. They had. He has a dislocated hip, probably hit by a car. I hope he reconnects with his family, but I feel so much better knowing that he is off of the streets.
As for the bunny, he is still happily munching on apples and grass in the front yard.
When ever we come home from doing a photo session with other dogs, we always get the sniff down. I really don’t know how they feel about other dog and cat smells. Sometimes, I think they enjoy the guessing game about who we have been with. At least, they all spend so much time doing the vigorous sniff down, that I have to believe they find it somewhat entertaining.
When they entered the secret room, it was nose to the ground.
They checked every nook and cranny of the room leaving not one stray dog hair unsniffed.
Sometimes it took more than one nose to figure out who had been in the secret room