Thursday, November 19, 2009

Eagan dog series #14

I saw these doggies at the last Eagan Market Fest of summer. Two German Short Hairs named "Panzer" and "Piper." Spotted Panzer and its owner are posing on the left side; a Golden Lab was watching in the background but too excited to sit still for a photo with the other two dogs. Ruff ruff!

12 comments:

  1. je suis toujours surpris par l'importance des chiens dans la vie des americains

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  2. They are so gorgeous!
    I'm waiting for your cat series as well, just an idea! :)
    Cool shot my friend!
    Léia

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  3. They are beautiful dogs! I too would like to see a cat series, by the way.

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  4. It's hardly relevant, but on my return through Australian Customs today, I had to have some err... London dog residue cleaned off my shoes!

    Got to keep Rabies and other nasty things out you see!

    Loving this series!

    Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

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  5. You're going to the dogs, Safe Leif. German short hairs are really nice dogs, as are Labs, as are Goldens, as are mutts, etc.

    What kind of dog do you have?

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  6. I am half german, and I've got short hair... Never mind. Nice dogs!

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  7. Everybody loves a dog - they never talk about themselves but listen to you while you talk about yourself, and keep up an appearance of being interested in the conversation.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  8. Beautiful dogs. I'd love to have one but I c&n't as I live in an apartment. I see lots of dogs living in apartments here but they are not happy (and we are not either because the lawns are dirty if you see what I mean).

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  9. Always love your post about dog. So cute and lovely, really bright my day.

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  10. I'll always compliment you on your dog photos...

    Love dogs.

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  11. Great dogs, a bit distracted, fine portrait!

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