My Year in Photos 2012
I met these two on my walk this week. Ginger on the right, Xena on the left. I almost died from the cute right on the sidewalk 🙂
They are only babies, but the Plates of Meat indicate, that they will be whoppers.
a very well matched pair, hope they belong to a reliable person who takes care of them.
Their human seemed to love them very much. She was out taking a walk and said that the two dogs have a lot of friends in the neighborhood – human and canine.
Is Ginger on my right or yours?? This is a heavenly match!!!
Ms. Ginger is on the right in the photo
I like that bit of a black frame you gave these beauties – it matches their training halters. Also, nice composition and perspective.
Puppy love. . .from the size of their paws there will be a lot to love when they are full grown. So cute!
I was surprised to find out that they were already one year old. I thought they were much younger. They probably won’t get much bigger.
Very sweet! They look so soft!!
They do look so cute but I’m not sure about those training halters around their snouts, looks a bit uncomfortable and restrictive.
well, they have to wear a leash by law. I don’t have dogs, but I hear that the muzzle is better than pulling them by a collar on the neck.
A sweet pair for sure. No doubt they have many friends out there on their walks.
The training muzzles are to keep them from licking people to death, right??
Definitely! Their human said “The one jumping on you is Ginger, and the one rubbing against you is Xena”. I’m sure they would have been licking me to death.
Awwwww….who can’t fall in love w/ those puppy dog faces? Love this!
They are precious. I bet that it was quite a chore walking both of them.
Very cute pair. Who wouldn’t fall in love?
What beauties! From what I understand those halters are great for stopping pulling. With two social butterflies in the city I think one would need them
I agree with regularman….hardly vicious by the looks of this shot!
lovely dogs but for me the halters look a bit like overkill on those. Always make me think of more a horse than a dog.
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