Troutbirder: Stories Past and Present of The Nature Loving Life
That's hilarious with the ducks following the dog and climbing all over. What's the story behind that?
So many cute pups! Yup, our four legged friends steal our heart and we never get it back no matter how long they have been gone for.Hugs!xo Catherine
OH, I just love all these pictures of love between species and especially love through dogs. Your Baron was a very special friend. Thank you for sharing.
Oh those are the sweetest photos - especially the one with you and Baron. I can only imagine how much you must miss such a loyal and good friend.
"Aww" moments for sure, definitely seeing you and Baron too. Baron, such a beautiful companion he was and still is in your heart.Hugs,Willow
Funny how a creature offers us so much delight
Love your photograph of you and Baron. Here's hoping there will be another one in your life.
awww. maybe you need to fill your home with another furbeast.
So much love in these portraits!
First you said you were getting another dog in winter, then you moved it up to Spring. Now is always the best time to me. No snow, easy housebreaking, and a fun critter to train over the snowy cold months. Have you thought of a rescue?We are expecting a little snow this weekend!Cheers,Jo, Up North
I could definitely use that kind of antidepressant!
Great post! Thank you for the smiles!
Thanks for sharing all these cute photos. The picture of you and Baron is special.
Good to see Baron in your blog post..what a guy he was! I think he would want you to get another pup...you will know when the time is right:)
Made my heart smile seeing these.
We never forget those who stole our hearts do we? I loved that pile on of puppies. Guaranteed to give anyone the giggles.
Lily is one of the lucky ones! So glad for a happy ending!
Gone but never forgotten. xo
Ahh -- our pets live with us way beyond the time they depart -- they will always warm our heart and bring those little smiles to our face when we think of them -- barbara
A good friend of mine in the LaCrosse area lost her dog companion of over 14 years this past week.. Oh the memories!The picture of Baron brought a smile. To have lived a happy life, that is a lucky dog.
Very sweet, Ray. He would like this.I miss your big boy too...So so sorry...that he had to leave you. It was too soon. But you know, the average age for a German Shepherd has gone down to 9. Our first GS was 5 and a half; our second 9... They are just too good for this world, I guess.Blessings,Ann