Lick Me, I’m Irish: Photo Friday

By Deborah Taylor-French at Dog Leader Mysteries

At first, Sydney did not want to wear the green shamrock glasses then he did not want to wear the silly hat. We had fun going for a funny Photo Friday. I think our dog forgave us. Dogs may remember things they did not like. But most of them let negative stuff go.

Hat & glasses Sydney

Let your dog be happy (without the silly glasses).

If I look over there, am I invisible?

Okay, I got it, you want me to wear this.

About dogleadermysteries

Deborah blogs to save dogs' lives and dog lovers' sanity. She blogs at www.dogleadermysteries.com. Her mysteries brim with action, dog characters, humor and animal rescue plots. Deborah was selected a guest artist in residency for California’s Artists in the Schools. She holds an M.A. from UCLA and has led numerous educational workshops. Deborah has parented five adopted dogs and several house rabbits. Deborah serves as Author Support Facilitator for Redwood Writers, the largest branch of the California Writers Club.
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5 Responses to Lick Me, I’m Irish: Photo Friday

  1. Dawn says:

    Too cute! Yes, dogs are good at letting the negative stuff go, especially if you give them lots and lots of treats afterwards. ;)

    • Hi Dawn! One of my keeshonds came with your name. Dawn would slink about the kitchen, while I cooked dinner. (She’d forget she had been put in “Down, stay.”) So if I ended up stepping on one of her paws, I’d yelp and she’d yelped! Then she would give me a direct stare like I was the one who had forgotten she had free choice of all vegetable slices that rolled off the chopping board.

      She always forgave me, quickly, but I’d be left worrying I had hurt her.

  2. Reblogged this on Robin of Rockridge's Blog and commented:
    Here’s a “borrowed” blog from dog lover Deborah Taylor-French. She loves to get Sydney to ham it up for the camera! Syd is one amiable guy.
    Thanks for sharing, Deborah!

  3. Your blog makes me smile :)

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