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Reciprocated love...Is that a Pomeranian? He/She is really beautiful.(My last two posts have been about the Miniature Schnauzer who is visiting my husband and I this month. He's quite the "little man.")
Karen: I think so (Pomeranian) - not sure. Rescue dog belonging to my son.
Oops. Our visitor is actually a Miniature Dachshund. We had a schnauzer named Max when my kids were growing up.
Perfect angle! Obviously your son has established a strong relationship with the dog.
I wondered if this was your dog.Gary is delivering his chair for the Take a Seat Auction tomorrow. The girls are going to stay hereWas it super hot there today?
My parents once had a Pom that looked just like this one. They are a sweet-natured breed.
Where's my puppy? Is that my puppy?
Such a brawny guy, such a diminutive dog, such a wonderful relationship.
Adorable picture, what a "kiss"! :) I do the same with little Luna here, our kitty. These little friends always bring so much joy and love to our hearts, it's something very special!hugsLéia
That little guy needs to come visit us over here: http://www.orangedogblog.com/It's enough to be orange in spirit but this guy's the real deal!I hope summer is treating you all well!Florence (Catesfolly)
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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