Puppy Wants Camera: Wordless Wednesday

By Deborah Taylor-French

A rescue Bloodhound pup went nose to nose with my camera. He seemed mighty curious. So I had to keep crawling backward. I felt worried that his nose might get stuck on the lens.

Let me in.

Let me in.

____This is a Blog Paws blog hop. Please visit the other blogs to see their photo response to the prompt, “Early Bird Gets the Ticket.”

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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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4 Responses to Puppy Wants Camera: Wordless Wednesday

  1. I can’t blame him, I sure it looked very interesting! What a good shot you got because of it though!

    • Like all pups he couldn’t help going nose to nose with the camera. I like getting down on a dog’s eye level for a photograph and I like the pumpkin + dog photograph on your blog. #WorldlessWednesday on Blog Paws brings new pet bloggers into my world. I’m grateful you left a comment, so I can read your blog.

  2. thatjenk says:

    OMG – so cute!
    I would be all about adopting a bloodhound if we lived in a warmer climate!

    • Hello, thanks for leaving a fun note. Yes, those hounds need warm weather.

      Your dogs are perfect for where you live and I am enjoying discovering your blog through the breadcrumbs of Wordless Wednesday’s blog hop.

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