From the archives
I was just browsing through my old blog and found this lovely dog. We found him with a club of some sort, people who had other dogs just like him. We were in Niagara Falls a few years ago, taking a break at an outside eating area, when they all turned up. I had a lovely time observing these beauties. They were all very well behaved, gentle as were their owners who obviously loved them very much. It looked like they were on an outing, all young dogs still being trained perhaps. Their humans were taking photos of them too.
If you would like to see more photos of those lovely dogs, you can click on this link. It will take you to the page where I originally posted this one.
Also, there is a website with the loveliest photos of three very cute dogs, done by a professional photographer. Worth a visit I can assure you. You can see those here.
What a sweetie!ReplyDelete
So many sweeties that day :)Delete
A gorgeous dog! Almost makes me want one! XOReplyDelete
Me too :)Delete
I clicked over and looked at all the gorgeous pups. I enjoyed every photo! so many happy faces and so much love all around!ReplyDelete
one of my favorites!
Thanks Marie, hugs to you too :) DeniseDelete
I love the look on its face!ReplyDelete
I loved his expression too Rose.Delete
A beautiful dog, how nice to see them on an outing.ReplyDelete
It is a wonderful memory Terra.Delete
He is gorgeous, Denise! Love and hugs to you. :)ReplyDelete
Isn't he just? And love and hugs to you also Linda :)Delete
Lovely! I love dogs, I love critters! We are a family of doggies. I have my one, my brother has one, mom has three and my older brother has 4...then when you start counting the nieces and nephews, throw in some cats and horses we have enough critters!ReplyDelete
How wonderful Pam. You certainly are a family of animal lovers, that's great. We don't have a dog any more and I sure do miss having my precious pooch around, even though it's been years since she crossed over. One day hopefully, when we aren't traveling quite as much.Delete
A trusting and gentle photo!ReplyDelete
That's a lovely way of putting it Ginny.Delete
Gorgeous melting eyes...ReplyDelete
Those eyes have it don't they?Delete
I love all these sweet dogs! How cute are those 'hugging' dogs? I've had border collies and they are wonderful dogs. So nice to see all the Rotts with their devoted owners, too. xx KarenReplyDelete
I wish I could hug one of them right now, and it was very heartwarming to see the love between them :) xx DeniseDelete
Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Thank you Francisco and the same to you :)Delete
Enjoyed all the photographs, don't you just love those beautiful animals. Now I'm wishing I still had a dog. Oh I do miss them.ReplyDelete
Me too Valerie, me too.Delete
Hello, Denise! Beautiful dog! I want one too. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!ReplyDelete
One day Eileen :) And the same to you.Delete
Love the hugging dogs and those Rotties are all beautiful shots. I would have loved to watch them train. some of them I had a thought that if they got off their leashes running free, how could they tell which one belonged to them... my son and his wife had 2 of these dogs for many yearsReplyDelete
That's a good point Sandra, but I bet they could. We had a fun time being in their company for a while. They certainly are beautiful animals and how nice that your son and daughter-in-law had two.Delete
what fun, a rottweiler convention! this is our breed...we've owned rotties since the 1980's! such a gentle and protective breed...what a sweet face that is!ReplyDelete
Fantastic Tanya, they do have sweet faces.Delete
Lovely photo and yes they are wonderful dogs the Rotti or Rottweiler , my nephew has had a few and they were big but lovely kind gentle creatures ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !ReplyDelete
Good to hear Elaine, I suspected as such from my short time with them.Delete
How lovely to see well behaved and loved dogs!!! They are happy. Their owners are happy too. And everyone who comes in contact with them, can be happy.ReplyDelete
Isn't it though LC? You just couldn't help but break out in smiles :)Delete
Beautiful dog you saw at Niagara! And I saw those cute hugging dogs on facebook....just so sweet!ReplyDelete
Hi Marie, I wondered if anyone had seen those cute dogs before. They were adorable weren't they?Delete
A most beautiful dog.ReplyDelete
There is something so good about this photograph.
Enjoy the remainder of March and good wishes for April.
All the best Jan
Thanks Jan, the same to you. Doesn't he have the dearest expression?Delete
It's amazing to contemplate the long association between dogs and humans. It really is quite unique. An old friend of mine who passed away several years ago loved his dog (and the feeling was reciprocated) always used to say, "The more I deal with humans, the more I love my dog!"ReplyDelete
I had to smile at your old friend's saying David. It is a quote I heard from my own father many times. Always in jest and yet in his line of work I am sure there was validity to this statement. We all revered dogs in our family but then we were all animal lovers in general. Dogs held a special place however.Delete
Reminds me of my dog Lani, when I lived in New York 1970-75.ReplyDelete
How nice :)Delete
Hi Denise, a lovely post and from a recent post of mine you will remember we are dog people. Rottweilers are a beautiful gentle breed and from your images certainly seem very fond of the owners. Thanks for sharing. All the best. JohnReplyDelete
Hi John, yes I remember your post well. Glad you enjoyed the post. All the best to you too, DeniseDelete