Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Nose-y!

We kept our dogs locked up inside the fence when we were painting the outside part of the fence. Champ kept sticking his nose at the bottom of the fence because he wanted to see what was going on outside. I took a picture of him (good thing, I always have the camera with me.. even when painting lol).

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12 comments:

  1. That is the sweetest thing! Champ has the curiosity of a cat...cute.
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  2. so cute.. it reminds me of my dog... so playful

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  3. Cute! Happy WW. Your hubby is in the Navy? I was a Navy Brat growing up! My dad retired after 23 years. I miss it!

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  4. nyahahaha...funny ka talaga Rose, caught in the act si Champ hahahaah...

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  5. Champ is a curious dog who wants to know what's going on around him. If curiosity kills a cat what does curiosity do to a dog? He will be locked up for sure, lol. Thanks for the funny post. God bless you all always.

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  6. that is such a great photo, love love love it!!

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  7. grabe na ang camera always ready talaga

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  8. A camera should always be kept nearby especially with pets :)

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  9. naku sis natawa ako don sa sinabi, you have the camera even when painting.. a blogger talaga "always" has the camera at her side. kalimutan na lahat wag lang ang camera..lol

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