Saturday, 28 March 2015

Picture This #296 ~ Puppy (Or Dog) Love

Congratulations Heidi on the super banner picture and thanks for hosting this week Anders.

I am not a dog person. I like dogs, but somehow my felines do not want to share their place with a dog. Anyhow as I always have a camera somewhere when I go out, I do tend to get doggy pictures. I even have a file full, marked "Dogs", so here we go.

A friend of mine is a farmer's wife and has 7 children. A couple have moved out, but they have all sorts of animals and one of her daughters has this dog. I think it has some sort of Chinese name of breed, but when I am on a visit there is always a photo to take home, so here it is.
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This might be one of those dogs they call Papillon, like a butterfly. He was at a village football tournament where I was doing the first aid stuff and I took a shot.
Unknown dog at football tournament, Riedholz

I think this is a so-called King Poodle, anyhow he is big!!
King Poodle

Even dogs have to take a break now and again. In the supermarket restaurant
Dogs seen in Migros Restaurant, Langendorf

6 comments:

  1. Hi Pat!! Super doggie photos for Anders' theme. Not sure what the breed is in the first shot, but he seems to be rather snooty, looking down his nose at you!! I think you are correct about the second shot, it does look like a Papillon, the ears are quite distinctive. I'm not a big fan of poodles, but that large black poodle is rather handsome. The dogs in the final shot have obviously had a hard day's shopping!!

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  2. Hi Pat some lovely shots I don't have many dog shots since I am allergic

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  3. Hi Pat, love your shots, especially the ones in the supermarket restaurant. We Americans, for some reason, ban dogs from stores and especially restaurants, seems a pity.

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  4. "Im cute!"

    "But Im cuter still!"

    Wonderful specimen!

    "Im soo tired!! And Im chipper!"

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  5. Awesome shots of four different dog breeds, yet all are cute... Amazing to me how dogs are allowed to get into a supermarket restaurant! How lucky dogs are in Swiitzerland....

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  6. I like all your breed of dogs. It's amazing how dogs were bred to size and color. The first dog resembles a wise Asian guide. The Papillion seems to need a lot of grooming as well as the Poodle. I like how your photograph of the dogs in the supermarket. The only dogs allowed in places like restaurants and stores are service dogs.

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