Here’s a post to help chase those Monday blues away A few snaps of Fergie in the dog run!
Gotta love that crazy face
And well she had to take a bath after getting into a muddy puddle..see those jowls fly!
Shaking that ass…
Not quite the love affair you would have predicted here. This party was for Romeo celebrating his second human year of life and for Juliet’s homecoming! While Romeo took an instant liking to the very young Juliet, she was not the shy demure kind and I think he learned that she was not to be taken advantage of
On the left we have romeo.. and on the right… Juliet!
I so love this sign.
Given its a dog party theres bound to be lots of sniffing and greeting.
While there was no music some guests still danced..
And the food smelled AWESOME.. quite so to this fella
And a few quick portraits..
Juliet getting TLC from her mom
And we end with her beautiful profile
I managed to squeeze some time this weekend to head down to MuttsNMittens. There I got to know about Fergie. Fergie initially arrived with a dry flaky coat covered in scabs and as you can probably tell, not very happy. Under the care of the shelter staff, she has recovered well. They warned me she was a strong girl, and strong she was indeed. Her headbutts are not for the faint-hearted. She is extremely people affectionate but will need a firm and strong hand for obedience. Alas when I wanted to bring her out for a run, the heavens opened up and I had to shoot her in her kennel enclosure (which is quite big with an outdoor run area). I so want to go back next week to see if I can get some outdoor shots of this lovely girl!
Front view… back view..
Like a lady, she always crosses her legs when she sits.
As always, my favourite shot is last.
If you think you can give this girl a home, call Mutts n Mittens at +65 6583 7371 / 6583 7372. Do note that she may not get along well with other dogs.