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My son, Josh, took this photo of his niece, Kendall, and his monster Lab, Bob. It looks like a Norman Rockwell painting. I entitled it "The Disciple".
I love how the dog seems to be watching her every move!
Nice! Photography is in his future, I think.
I love this! So good. Bob is such a good kid dog. Love ya Carly
Aww... she's being well-looked-after.
Great photo! Kind of the reverse version of a dogsitter.
That's a wonderful photo. I also liked the ones from yesterday's springtime photos. Being a lifelong South Carolinian, it's hard for me to imagine spring as a snow season.
Sherry:In Wyoming, summer can be a snow season.
But which one is the disciple?Great dog! I love me some monster Labs. Or just monster dogs in general really.Cool shot.
Wow! How big is that dog? I have a 100 pound lab, but that one looks significantly bigger.
My grandparents had a shepherd that would watch us like that. Once a cousin got to close to the road and he carried her back to the house by the seat of her pants.Tabbikat's Thoughts
Mary:Bob's weight is not measured like most dogs. We weigh him the way they weigh tractor-trailer rigs at a Department of Transportation weigh station. We drive onto the scale with him in the car and then take him out and drive back on and reweigh.
I LOVE THIS!!!!! We were the lucky owners of a black lab, "Kizzie" for 11 years. She was the best dog. She's been gone for over 2 years, and we still miss her!WHAT A GREAT PHOTO! :)
Gorgeous child, dog and photo. Happy belated WW! :)
Hi im new to your space. actually just finding my way around blogspot...........Its amazing really how pictures can speak........
What a beautiful picture and love the pictures in the previous posting too!
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