What an opportunity to show off our beloved four-legged friends!
Although I’ve featured all of our pets, whether individually or in groups, in posts on this blog, I can’t resist this opportunity.
In honor of National Dog Day, here are some of our favorite memories of our lovely dogs over the past few years.
First, a video showing Oliver’s penchant for making himself invisible.
Second, a gallery of photos of all of our family dogs over the past few years, including Nala our dearly departed Beagle/Rottweiler cross; Athena, Erin’s Staffordshire Terrier; Oliver, our present MinPin/Beagle cross and Frankie, our terrier cross mutt. (There are also some featured appearances of our cats Mew and Bob – simply because the whole group is pretty much inseparable.
Oliver trying to hide.
You’re spending way too much time on the computer. Pay attention to me!
This is where our pets would much rather be on days like today. 58Clockwise from left: Oliver, Mark, Mew and Frankie.
Oliver the pumpkin thief!
Mark can’t site without being at the bottom of a doggy pile.
Erin bribing Frankie and Oliver for tricks. Taken with so special settings.
Oliver keeping warm.
Oliver in his favorite place.
Oliver and Mark on the Deck
Oliver Meets the Meat
Frankie in doggy coat
Oh, no! Frankie (left) and Oliver (right) love Mark best!!
Frankie and Me
As in the last shot, no special settings were used. Too cute!
Even dogs and cats like their cuddles.
Nala all bedecked for Christmas.
Nala, Stuart and Erin holding Mew at Christmas.
Nala the Teddy Bear Thief
Nala wearing Stu’s hockey shin pad.
Nala warming in front of the fire.
Nala and Mew – Best Friends from the beginning.
Mew and Oliver
Today is National Dog Day?
Erin and goddess Athena in Athena’s fashionably edgy collar. Doggy fashion extends beyond just clothing.
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