Saturday, April 28, 2012

Playful Pets At The Park In My World

OH OH, I THINK I hear someone coming.

I better grab my stick.

Would you mind hiding it under your shoe?

No? How about in your pocket then?

Maybe in the shrubbery over there?

Okay ... maybe if I stand next to you he won't notice.

Ignore. Ignore. Ignore. Whew ... he seems to be walking right past me.

Rats! Well if he's going to chew my stick, I'm going to chew his leg!

I really appreciated the pet owners allowing me to photograph their dogs recently at Elgin Heritage Park. The interaction wasn't exactly the way I described it but the pictures seemed to tell their own tale.

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Copyright by Penelope Puddlisms

18 comments:

  1. This was so cute! I love this post and could imagine that would be the conversation going on in that little dog's head.

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  2. The pictures and the story are perfect! I'm betting that cooperative lady had just as much fun as you did with this interaction. I sure had fun checking out the dogs and seeing how the pictures and your story-telling talent chose to work together to make this encounter live on with the laughter they inspired. Great post, Penelope!

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  3. Too funny. I loved this playful sequence of shots.

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  4. Pets are such good friends and sometimes so funny. Lovely photo series.

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  5. Wonderful shots of pets and nice commentary.

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  6. What a fun post for the day!! I love the sequence! Aren't our dogs wonderful!! Hope you both have a great week and are able to hide lots of sticks!! -- Oh, Sam Schnauzer loved it, too!!

    Sylvia and Sam

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  7. I like the story you made up. Who cares if it's true or not. :))

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  8. Great interplay of words and photos!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  9. Thanks for your visit. Yes the queen's second son suffered massive braindamage because he was hit by an avalanche in Austria, and has not been conscious since the beginning of March. He is said never to recover again. Tragic, isn't it?!

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  10. Dogs are so thoughtful, making sure their people get enough exercise.

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  11. The stick looks so much bigger in the first two photos. Delightful series! See you soon.
    K

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  12. I enjoyed the tale, very cute dogs.

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  13. You got a handbag to put him in?

    Elgin Park, we have an Elgin Road, and today, i made a new blogger friend from perth, and Perth to me is in Australia. This Perth is in Canada.

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  14. Nice to see shots of my old favorite places...thanks. I miss the greenness of the coast. But it's so worth being up here.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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