An amateur's notes on giving voice to abandoned dogs
THIS, on the other hand, I loved watching! Gorgeous. And the tongues right after the "catch" made me laugh out loud.
Beautiful!!!! I always thought dogs were amazing, but this video truly has some stunning perspectives. I'm so "stealing" it for tomorrow's "Sunday Puppy Sunday" post. My husband and I are in the process of looking for a dog to adopt -- not a puppy, but an adult. We're working with our local no-kill humane society (they keep most of their dogs in foster homes) to find just the right dog for our lifestyle. We're going to meet another one in an hour. To say I have "puppeh fever" would be an understatement. :) (WV: taillfeWell, at least there's part of a related word in there!)
Best of luck Miz Minka. I hope you find your perfect little darling!
Smartypants, the tongues were great and for some reason I really liked the close up of the toes lifting off.
Loved this - just amazing. What is not to love about dogs? I wonder what the breed of the first/last dog is?GB
This commercial is so cool... I loved it! I liked the toes lifting off, too and also the look on the bulldog's face after the treat has been caught...as if he's thinking "Damn, i wish I'd caught it" (poor baby didn't stand a chance, his legs are too short).
What is it about dog toes? Silly things, but sometimes they're just scrumptiously adorable.
GB, the first and last dog is a Keeshond. Just about the nicest family dog you could ever meet -- IF you don't mind all the brushing! I have had two of them, and the amounts of undercoat I brushed out of them every year would have been enough to knit into a small sweater. :)
Everyone goes still in my house when this commercial plays on tv. Gotta be one of the best I have ever seen!Lynda
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