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OT: My fur-kids annual fall photos

Posted by milosmom (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 24, 10 at 15:21

It's long since been a tradition to do Spring, Fall , & Christmas pics of my furbabies.
I was asked to share them before so here they are for 2010. :)

Milo (6 next month):

Remi (5 next month):

Drago (turned 4 in July):

and for fun, the family group photo :


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RE: OT: My fur-kids annual fall photos

I'm babysitting my son's dog this weekend. His name is Buddy and he said to tell your fur-kids, "Happy Halloween." Actually, he said, "Arf, arf," but I'm sure it meant Happy Halloween.

They're cuties.


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MM...sweet pics! Love that you take seasonal pics...& they are such well-behaved "good" subjects for their portraits! TFS! Jeanne S.


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MM..cute pictures and what a nice idea to take seasonal ones.

They look like they're used to 'posing' and are loving it!

jane


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Wonderful photos! They obviously are camera hams. LOL.
The shot with all three is really a good one! Wish my Whippets were as cooperative for a 'group photo'. They see the camera in my hand and come towards me thinking I must have cookies for them too. LOL.

hugs, Karen


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Thank you :).
They are such sweet babies. Over the years, they have learned the routine and know a cheese treat is SURE to follow so cooperation isn't hard and explains the over expressive looks on their faces. LOL


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Neat that you do the portraits of them and that they've learned to cooperate to get their treat. Luvs


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MM. Wonderful pictures, You can tell they are waiting for their treats.
NanaK


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Awwwwwww, they are adorable.
Frou


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