Friday, June 29, 2012

Photo Friday - Dog

Apparently I am the kiss of death with cameras, mine is broke again. So until my birthday, we are cellin' it.  This is you know who about an hour after our walk . He's had a change it attitude since we moved here,  that entry's coming up. 

I know you all like dogs, so check our photo friday for more doggie goodness. 


  1. Can't wait to hear about the attitude change!

    Next camera, you should get the extended warranty, just sayin'.
    That's what I finally did with my latest one. Now this one probably won't have any problems.

  2. superbe portrait

  3. What? What is the deal with you and cameras?!?

    1. I have no idea, but I am taking it personally. It's always the same time of year too.

  4. Recent numbers show that 63% of US households own a pet - that's 71.1 million homes and families with dogs, cats, iguanas, parakeets, fish, ferrets, potbellied pigs, etc, etc., Taking care of a pet is tougher than taking care of an infant, since our pets can't speak. Hence, making sure your pet is safe and happy when you leave it alone at home should be a priority for all pet owners. One of the simplest ways of watching over a pet remotely is by using some sort of webcam software like GotoCamera that is easily available online these days. Thanks to technology and some very smart people who are working on making things easier for us, you can now use your basic webcam to monitor your pets while you're away from them.