Yesterday I had quite the diverse group of dogs to photograph. Out of eight dogs, two were senior citizens, one was deaf and one had only three legs, often referred to as a tripod. It was great to meet each dog with its’ individual personality. Lexi, the white dog in the upper left, was deaf. She was full of energy and untrained. My mom waved a bright green ribbon over my head to get her attention toward the camera. Lady, the tan dog in the upper right was a tripod. She was so sweet, affectionate and loving she was adopted before I made it home to upload her photo! The two dogs on the bottom were both senior citizens, well trained, and just wanted to hang out with us. I don’t usually put hats on dogs but since I had this old lady hat I just couldn’t resist!
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