Frame Up!

For the last month or so, Hubble and Jack Henry have been working with a trainer and animal behaviorist to learn better *ahem* dog etiquette. For Hubble (and us) this has been a bit of a challenge as he is hard to settle down sometimes. So to work on the command *stay* and to try something different, I placed him in the window of the old garage in the backyard. He did pretty well, considering. We will keep working on this idea, though.

Today’s Dog Quote:

“A dog reflects the family life. Whoever saw a frisky dog in a gloomy family, or a sad dog in a happy one? Snarling people have snarling dogs, dangerous people have dangerous ones.” 
― Arthur Conan Doyle, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes

Image taken with iPhone 4s and processed with Pic-Tap-Go and PhotoToaster

For today: I Was Framed!

Hubble Framed #1

Hubble Framed #1

Hubble Framed #2

Hubble Framed #2

 

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16 thoughts on “Frame Up!

    • That might be something to try with Hubble-he does seem to stay in place when up a bit higher (or in this case much higher)-though he is just thinking through his options I suspect 😉 Thanks so much for visiting- I love your blog-pitties rule (sorry Hubble) 😉

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  1. That first image is absolutely drop dead gorgeous. I actually said “Aaaaaaah” when I saw it. The second one is nice too but I love the vintage feel of the top one. You’re so talented!

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