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What's cuter than puppies? ME!!!

Well, after just three weeks, Mom has abandoned her dream of becoming a professional photographer.  (She says it's pretty sad when you can't give it away!)  That's fine with us.  We get more Mommy time.  What we do not like is that she is regularly taking pictures for the animal shelter where we volunteer.  I do not like at all that she plays with all those cute, little puppies and more than that - she acts like she really enjoys it.

I have to admit some of those pups are just too adorable, but I still prefer being Mom's main photography subject.  I am after all the best model ever.

Tux

Tux - Mom says he'd have come home with us if she'd not set the limit for our home as NO MORE critters.  Thank goodness,  mom observes some boundaries!!!

Blitz and Coach

We weren't sure what Blitz told Coach, but it must've been really funny stuff!

Mom was mesmerized by Blitz's hazel eyes.


Me - World's Best Dog Model (kids added for dramatic effect)

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Comments

  1. Hope "MOM" changes her mind! We love her photographs! She's very talented.

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  2. Don't worry, Boonie, Mom is just trying to help those pups find good homes. You are still her boy.

    Tucker and Daisy

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  3. Woo there, nice to meet woo over on our blog - don't worry about those puppies, just give Mom "that look" and she'll melt and realize "she don't need no stinkin puppies!"

    jack & moo

    PS - but we agree, they are way too cute!

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  4. Mom's trying to make the photography thing work for her too - but there are so many people doing the same thing! I don't know how you come home each day without a couple of extra pups!

    Sam

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  5. Awww, tell your mommy NEVER to give up her dream! She takes WONDERFUL pictures! And YOU of course, are definitely the cutest! :)

    Big woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  6. Adorable photos ... don't give up your dream!

    What state are you in? If you lived near us, we would love to have you come photograph our Boxer get-togethers. Imagine 20-30 Boxers all at once! ♥

    Boxer Hugs,
    ~Pamela~

    *** Thanks for stopping by our blog, btw. We also joined-up as one of your Google friends! ♥


    http://agcpetservices.blogspot.com

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  7. Dang your good!! Wish you were closer to us... We found you on Blog Hop for Pets and we hope you hop on over to see us!!

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  8. oh my goodness those little ones are cute...any business is hard nowadays
    Benny & Lily

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  9. Please tell mom to stick with her photography, it takes time for a business to develop. Her work is just so beautiful it would be a shame to see it not be used.

    Now as for those puppies, we don't think our Mom would have it in her to say no:)

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  10. To start, I hope you're doing well and mending well!!

    Second, I'm like your Mom, I love taking pictures of the pups, and her photos are just stunning! I hope these precious ones find their way to their forever homes, with her photos, how could they not? :-))

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  11. I think your mom should keep taking pictures too. But I have to say that I don't think My Vickie could go to the shelter and do what she does.

    We admire her soooo much. We are surprised all the pups didn't come home with her.

    Love
    Bert

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  12. It is a very good thing that our mama doesn't work at the shelter because we would have a whole houseful of dogs!!! Those are some really cute pups there!! Your mama takes AWESOME pics!! We hope you are feeling better!
    xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  13. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, I think your mom should hang in there with her pix! Maybe try some arts/crafts shows. Anyway, I'm glad she goes to be sweet to those poor pooches and I'm sure they'll all be adopted. You're totally safe because she'd never find a pup cuter and sweeter than you!!!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  14. why did your Mom change her mind after 3 weeks?

    She shouldn't have, just sayin'!!

    "anything worth having takes time" or something to that effect!

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  15. Woof! Woof! Your mom n my have inspire of the same things. OH your mom is a great pawtographer. BTW what camera she uses. My mom planned to buy a new one but instead she used the funds to publish my book (your copy will be mailed on Monday). Tell you mama she a PAWsome PAWtographer. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  16. Those little critters do look cute but YOU are definitely the cutest and the most photogenic one!

    Your mom's pictures are really beautiful, hopefully she will pick up her dream on and off, just saying...

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  17. I too am mesmerized by blitz!

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  18. So great that your mom takes photos for the local shelter! :)

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  19. oh my! they're all so adorable. And, i too, have a critter limit.

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  20. oh my! they're all so adorable. And, i too, have a critter limit.

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  21. Adorable puppies and kids!
    Thor and Jack

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