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Indoors or in overcast light, shoot dogs in burst mode (camera takes up to a half dozen shots in half second sequence), so that you have a blur choice, and insurance against camera jiggle for that matter even in still shots.I just leave mine in burst mode now regardless.
Dog-sitting.Hmmm...I won't say it.PS Nice legs.
We finally gave our Golden to a really great breed-specific rescue organization in south Jersey. We picked her up as a stray she lived with us for 10 months she got spayed and now she's on her way to a carefully-screened owner who can give her the attention she deserves. It was sad to see her go, but we did the right thing.
I hear a Looney Tunes character in my head when I look at the dog in the first picture. "Which way did he go, George? Which way did he go??"
Scott, yes you did, but I'm sure it's a heart-breaker. Will you be allowed to visit?
The are called Retrievers for a reason. Be sure to return your neighbors stuff they brought to you, after they go home.
Spraying soybeans, at the end of the street this morning.Accompanying impatient Doberman at the end.
rh, if you ever need dog sitters, email us.
Our neighbor D. has an expensive, pure bred Weimaraner who befriended our street mutt, Zoe, through the fence. Sometimes Nala sneaks Zoe in through the doggie door when D. is not home.
"Accompanying impatient Doberman at the end."If that's impatience... you have a very calm dog. And yet you still need pulse mode, which confirms my view that it's really hard to photograph dogs.
@MadisonMan: I don't think so. But the organization said they would inform us about the the dog's adoption.Here is the organization's website.
A little story for you, Madison Man.The very best dog I ever had was an adopted golden who was ten years old. He had no history that the rescue group was aware of, other than that they sprang him out of the "Big Pen", where he was most likely incarcerated for running away from a bad home. Personally, I think he was a former puppymill dog who just got too old to do his thing. That means the rescue group saved his life by taking him out of the dog pound.And this is where his life started looking up. They found him a foster home until they could find him a forever home. As you know by now, I was his forever home, but the thing was...It seemed to me that his life really began again because of his foster parents. In an homage to those folks who took him in to help socialize him until I found him, I named the dog after them. Their last name became my dog's first name. It only seemed right to maintain what little "history" we had on this very special guy.When they found out about this through the rescue group, they were overwhelmed with appreciation, and last I heard, went on to foster many more goldens. I hope you do as well.
We are happy cohabitants with two wonderful yellow Labs, and are presently dogsitting my sister's English Foxhound. They make a comical trio, especially when the Labs swim happily across the pool and Georgia (the Foxhound) won't dip a paw in the water. She's reduced to running laps around the pool and baying madly.
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