Great photo, Ayak - isn't it hard getting two dogs to look at you when they are not trying to get the treats out of one's hand.
Thanks FF. Oh they never look at me when I've got the camera in my hand...they normally head off in different directions. This was definitely a fluke..I even managed it without treats!
I love the expressions'What are you doing with that thing, Mum?'
Lovely pic, I so love dogs xx
Lovely photo of them both.
Fly: Yes that's exactly it.Bomb: Thanks xxJan: Thanks xx
Good shot, and they both smiled for the camera too.:) My sister-in-law used to have a dog that looked just like Beki.
Mr H...Yes it was just a one-off shot I think. I doubt I'll manage another one. Beki's a bit of a mixture..as are all the street dogs of course. She has shed her hair now, but in winter its long and thick..more like a golden retriever. I assume your sister-in-law's dog was mixed breed? I wonder if she knows what types?
Look at Poppy, hard to believe she was the dog you rescued, that tiny little thing shaking and shivering on the chair, so thin, now she is happy, loved, contented, and cared for, Beki looks as gorgeous as ever.
Ann: Poppy's like an entirely different dog now..so much more confidence. And of course I agree with you that Beki's as gorgeous as ever xxx
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