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Buddy gets down and dirty

OK, it may have been my fault but not entirely.
I took Buddy and others out for a walk this morning but didn't insist on him getting dirty !!!

This fun little dog arrived so very white and clean and although I did my best to send him off in the same way, I think I may have failed. But the owners know that he's enjoyed himself while he was here and he has the privilege of being the first face on my new >>>  photo of the week <<< page. Please click on the words to see it.
The image below may give you a clue .... but I doubt it !

I know it's a dog, but ..??


Tall dogs end up with dirty legs.     Short dogs end up ....  just very dirty !

Buddy sporting his "street" look .....

..... all over

Meanwhile the site of Alfie almost disproves the fact that the fields were and are muddy.
A Lakeland Terrier, Alfie is a regular visitor who loves being outside. He plays very well with other dogs and returns when called. Initially he was a dog who was rather nervous, and showed it by constantly whining. This has almost stopped now which is a real bonus for the owners as it means they can go away knowing Alfie is happy.

Alfie having fun in the water
Now he is a good looking lad
I hope you enjoy these.

Janet

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