Dogs in the garden

Dogs in the garden

Postby Ian G on Wed 09 Aug 2017, 12:44 pm

Back home from a recent photoshoot, I had all the kit to hand so decided to take advantage of some dry weather and get some recent shots of our dogs in the garden. Rupert, the tan and white has been on foster with us from a rescue centre for just over a year now. Although he is still looking for his forever home, I don't know why anyone hasn't offered to adopt him as he is so adorable and clumsy! I had to make some rather unusual high-pitched sounds to get him to cock his head which is rather the norm when he hears something unusual on the TV! Ginny and Lulu are nicknamed the ASBO twins due to their general devilish demeanour to find mud although Ginny is coming along with her agility skills somewhat. Toula, our lab, is now 12 and retired from agility last year but there's still life in the old dog yet. Especially when a biscuit wrapper is rustled.

Thanks for looking!

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageLulu by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageToula by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageGinny by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageLulu by Ian Garfield, on Flickr

ImageRupert by Ian Garfield, on Flickr ImageLulu by Ian Garfield, on Flickr
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Re: Dogs in the garden

Postby rdchawk on Wed 09 Aug 2017, 1:42 pm

Great photos - I have 2 Greyhounds and they are the most fantastic pets to have!! So loving, caring, stupid (in a funny way) and above else lazy arses!!
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Re: Dogs in the garden

Postby Wrexham Mackem on Tue 15 Aug 2017, 7:32 pm

Great photos indeed.

We're into month three with a very quickly growing pooch in this house, and I haven't managed to pin her down long enough to take any decent shots yet!
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