Love wordless Wednesdays. Your dogs are so sweet.
I like the bird on top waiting patiently.
Me too! :-)
What a cutie.
Ohhh, that face!!!! -smile---------------------WATCH your COMMENTS, for SPAM. I found 2, this morning, in my comments.Had to put Comment Moderation back on. :-(Luna Crone
When I get spam, I just delete them as soon as I see them.Yes, that is disheartening. :-(
Pretty doggies, happy birdies.
Yep, it's all good. :-)
Such sweet faces! Makes you wonder how anyone can hurt them. I look Dakota in the face and I just fall in love with him all over again! I love my fur baby.
Me, too! ;-)
I do enjoy watching birds at a feeder. The expressions on your dogs faces are so cute. The are loyal companions.😘
They are extra work, but I love 'em to pieces. They are usually right where I am. :-)
Awe Jack and Jill! We are starting to get some really pretty birds on our feeder, finally! G replaced our old feeder of last year and it seemed they did not want to partake of the new one for a long while. They are slowly streaming in tho..
Sometimes it takes the birds a bit before they come to something new. Glad they are coming now. I just love watching them. :-)
Such sad faces. They must want treats!Beautiful pics
Must be - they always want treats! :-)
Love the first one, they are all great but the first is my favorite.
The first is 10+ year old Jack. :-)
Nice post with all sweet faces.
How did you like Victorian Slum Hoise? I am thankful that I read about it on your site! I had heard it was coming but forgot when. I found a repeat of episode one that will record tomorrow so I can watch it then! It sounds so interesting! I really enjoyed the pioneer village one the had a few years ago.
I liked it. I will watch the series. I think they plan on doing it a little differently than before. I didn't get to see the pioneer one. Enjoy!
Hello beautiful puppies! I love their eyes, they seem to be saying pat me please.I like the bird feeder.
I wonder how long the bird had to wait before it got to the food.
Not long, someone is slipping off all the time. For a while I thought it was a pretty crappy feeder. They do stay on it long enough. :-)
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