This blog is going to the dogs! Really, nothing has been going on around here. I took the day off to take Diesel to the vet. That's another post all together. Don't worry, he's fine. Just a few less man bits on the place! Anyhow, I had all afternoon to fill while waiting to pick him up so I, of course, went to the humane society.
Have to share the pictures of the angels I dealt with today. First we have Farah.
She's a very sweet girl. One you could just sit and pet all day long. Then I had Vergammelt. I have no idea who named this guy!
He's so scruffy but has a great personality. Next was this shy lil girl.
She is very quiet and timid. But again, such a sweet girl and loved the pets. Then I found this guy in his blue bandanna.
He enjoyed hiding from me while I tried to capture his essence! Come on! Help me out here!
Okay, another one of my favorites. This is Crash.
He loves the ball. He'll sit for you and wait for it to be thrown. He's loads of fun if you are looking for a active pet.
Then there was Bonnie. She's another one of my favorites.
Talk about a great family dog. She's house-trained and been around small children. She's super sweet and sat next to me just soaking in the lovin's. Some family really needs this dog. I only got this one picture cause she wouldn't get far enough away from me to take anymore!
And lastly, we have Jake. He was a hard one to get a good picture. He either was at the fence looking at the other dogs or right next to me. This was the best I could do.
After almost 3 1/2 hours, this was all I got accomplished. I get frustrated that I can't get more done while I'm there. Just seems like I should be able to do more. But again, I play with each doggie to make their time outside of the kennel worth their while. Oh well, I need to be happy with what I am accomplishing. Now all these guys and girls have nice new pictures on the website. Come on adopters!
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