Doggies having fun!! :)
That Bert! Seems to enjoy his life to the fullest, the term 'full tilt boogie' always comes to mind when I look at pictures of him. And Bear, one of the best dogs ever and I've never even met him.Winnie
I really liked this post. Especially, Mr. Beagle's fat butt.My little dog has a BMI of 128, per the NIH BMI calculator. After Jan.1 I've promised him no more french fries, lasagna, Xmas cookies, or meat. And he's to start the Jillian Michaels' videos. Do you think he will suceed??
Too cute. I love the dynamics of the big (or older) dog and the little (or younger dog) playing - the get down low thing is always a giveaway. We are awaiting the birth of some new border collies for our pippi. Hope one comes home here!
It's always nice to have a good,kind, playful friend.
I love Bert!
Obviously, best buds! Too sweet.
I'm glad they are such good playmates.
How funny! I can hear them growling/talking to each other through each picture!!! Thanks for the early morning chuckles!!!Merry Christmas
I love how they play/ tussle/ fight(?)/ tug/ argue (?)/ tease each other and in the end trot off together like all great friends do. Aren't they so lucky to have each other? Love 'em!!'
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