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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Four Seasons of the GSD

This digital camera thing is getting way out of hand. I must have hundreds of pictures of my big baby. That is to say Baron, the now four year old overpampered pooch a.k.a GSD (that's German Shepherd Dog). Alias, according to Mrs. T. German Shedding Dog. Here are just a few from our year round romps.

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  1. Hmmm....

    Nope....

    I don't think one can have too many photos of their four legged friends. Of course, having a 10 year old cat and averaging 1000 photos a year of him ~ perhaps I'm a little bias... :)

    And Baron is so beautiful ~ how could you not take so many photos of him! Adorable! Or should I say 'very handsome'! haha!

    Happy Saturday friend!
    xo Catherine

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  2. I know from experience that there's nothing like a faithful dog/cat to enjoy the seasons of the year with. Your photos are beautiful and Baron is very handsome! Have a great weekend.

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  3. Those are wonderful my friend. Have to say that when I saw the one in the lush green landscape, my mouth watered!

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  4. Hi troutbirder! I believe Baron is due this post. After all, he is truly a constant companion (leader?) whenever you're outdoors. He's a beautiful dog, a best friend, and so good natured. GSD = German Shepherd Dog, German Shedding Dog, or Great Smiling Dog.

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  5. He really is a beautiful dog...and looks so tall!

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  6. Baron certainly is a handsome companion and I doubt that it would be possible to have too many pictures of him. It's good that the two of you get our year-round. But I just want to know if you take Baron on walks or if he takes you?

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  7. I love that big guy of yours. He is a real champion for sure - so handsome and smart. I doubt you could ever take too many pictures him.

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  8. Handsome dog, lucky Troutbirder. Or is that handsome Troutbirder, lucky dog? Love the photos--thanks for sharing!

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  9. I am naked this wekend without mine. I am at the lake and left my pack on the table at home. My daughter has one somewhere, but I am yet to find it. I am alone all weekend with 2 little ones.I had hoped to get lots. Tried a few with the phone.I do monthly files and have some larger ones like fish caught.

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  10. Great pics of you & your GSD/dear friend for all seasons. Looks like either one of you would be lost without the other ;)

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  11. Baron is such a handsome companion. It looks like he's standing on your feet in the last picture.

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  12. You can't have too many pictures of your best friend. Can you? If so, I AM guilty as charged.

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  13. German Shedding Dog....ha ha ha. You made me laugh, again. No such things as too many photos of the pets, the grandchildren or the garden.

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  14. German Shedding Dog is right. I sweep up at least one medium-sized Yorkie off of the floor twice a day.

    But I love 'em. Just tell your wife it could be worse -- you could have two GSDs. ;)

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  15. He's with you in every season, man's best friend. What a beautiful dog Baron is. Of course, they're all pretty bad about shedding. Can it be that a German shepard sheds as much as a yellow Lab? Surely not. We have goldish hair decorating our carpets at all times.

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  16. He is such a handsome friend..how can you ever have too many photos? You are lucky to have him..I can identify with the hair..we have a little of that at our house too:)

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  17. There can never be too many pictures of the beautiful / handsome GSD. I just bought a digital SLR just so I could get good action pictures of my new puppy, Minka. So keep snapping and posting my friend! Your pictures are super fun to look at! I love Baron of course, but also adore the wild animals.

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  18. I received a comment on my blog to check you out since we must have much the same zones. Where exactly is you gardena and life taking place? Love the photos, it is cold like that here right now, maybe that is why I was encourage to make contact with you. You can check my blog postings using Google search engine: gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com/ Get back to me. Jack

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  19. He is a beautiful dog. I can tell he is well loved and he is very appreciative.

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  20. That last shot is particularly lovely, with those fall colors.

    Worry not about so many dog photos. They are wonderful companions & it's better to see more of them than less. Sometimes I ache to have a dog again--they so fill one's soul--it's just not very practical in my life right now.

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  22. Howdy! Yes indeed, we do have interests in common. I can tell you we have one more. German Shepard dogs. I've had the pleasure or raising two of them. Brilliant dogs. I love them. It looks like you're enjoying retirement. I'm 55 and it's way down the road for me. I may need a GPS to find it. I've lived in Minnesota all my life. I'm south of the Twin Cities. Are you north,south east or west?

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