Funny Dogs

In my last short post For Dogs Who DO Have to Work!, I managed to capture Ronnie with my phone camera as he sat on my lap whilst I was at the computer and post the funny dog picture here onto this blog.

Funny DogsWell, there’s not a whole lot to put into this post except maybe another photo of that funny dog (or strange dog) Ronnie in another of his odd poses.

It’s like he’s giving me the look as if to say “I’ve had just about enough of you sticking that camera in my face, now push off mate!”

Poor bloke, I do point it at him a lot and he usually manages to turn away at the crucial moment. But not this time. Caught him fair and square!

It’s warming up here in southern Spain now, so it’ll soon be time for Ronnie and Daisy to go for their Spring haircuts, so the next batch of photos should be of much tidier and well groomed funny dogs!

Terry Didcott
For Dogs

5 thoughts on “Funny Dogs

  1. Liudmila

    What a beauty! They look at you with this innocence… Specially if a sausage that was somewhere here is disappered suppenly or something like that.

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  3. Goldie

    so cute your dog, I have a health question, we have two shih tzu’s Cookie and Bentley they are 2 1/2 and bring totally enjoyment to our lives. Cookie however is waking up to a bit of constipation, we fed them a bite of steak so I am thinking it’s disrupted her system. Bentley seems fine, but this is the second day of Cookie having her little problem. Any suggestions?

  4. tel Post author

    Goldie, sorry I didn’t get back here for a few days – been so busy!

    I bet Cookie has worked out her little problem by now, but if they’re not used to steak as food it could well have disrupted their system a little. Dogs are marvellous when it comes to eating and their digestive systems are pretty tough – if only you knew what they ate when you weren’t looking!

    Our Yorkies get the occasional tummy problem but it usually works out in a day or two, then they’re back to normal.

    Often with dogs, it can be something that simply disagreed with them and they’ll go off their food for a while, but not too long – when a dog gets hungry enough, it’ll eat! In those situations, its best to avid giving them treats especially avoid chocolate as its poisonous to them.

    Also don’t give them milk, as their digestive systems is not geared up to process lactose very well and that can cause the opposite reaction in diarreah.


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