Picture parade thirty-three.

The concluding photographs on the theme of why we have pets.

The first set may be seen here; the second set are here.

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As I mentioned in Picture parade thirty-one, all twenty-five photographs were sent to me by friend and follower in Australia, Amanda Smith.

Amanda will be delighted that her photographs have caused so much pleasure to so many, including Jean and me, of course.

17 thoughts on “Picture parade thirty-three.

  1. Reblogged this on Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me and commented:
    As a pet (particularly dog) lover, these pictures are just gorgeous. Being disabled and allergic to animal fur, I shouldn’t have a pet. But I do. I have a Standard Poodle, Bracken, who is the best possible companion to me during my long, sometimes boring days alone at home while my parents are at work. He is always gentle, always loving and even if he does act up, he’s just like a naughty kid and soon it’s all forgotten. I love this blog, dedicated to dogs, and I love these photographs. I think there is no better pet than a dog – loyal, loving and always your best friend, no matter what you do or say or how you feel. I highly recommend checking out the links to the first and second servings too. They’re too adorable for words.

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    1. Many times when I thank someone for leaving a comment, I feel that the words ‘thank you’ are inadequate, that they are too easy to write.

      That’s how I feel at this moment in trying to express my gratitude for your comment. So when I say ‘thank you’, hopefully you hear much more.

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      1. You’re very welcome. It’s just my small way of saying ‘Thank you’ to you for always brightening up my day with your posts. ❤

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  2. I have a young lady – my daughter and her brothers’ sister who is more than a hairy, pointy eared child. She is one of us and we love her so much. We have made quite a few sacrifices to keep her and we will continue because we could not imagine our lives without her. She gives us more than we could ever give her in return. These photos are absolutely precious. Kimberly:)

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    1. Welcome to this place and a big thank you for your lovely comment. Just been across to your blog and like it! Will take a longer browse when I am on top of some immediate writing tasks.

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      1. Pharaoh is quite the dapper gentleman. He looks to be some (or is ) German Shepard? My girl is half GS and half Akita. Quite a stubborn mix.

        My son sent me a meme the other day that stated a dog may be part of our life, but for the pooch, we are his/her whole life. My son’s comment was: “i never thought of it that way”. he misses her terribly (he is 6.5 hours away at school – a freshman).

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      2. Pharaoh was born on June 3rd, 2003 at breeder Jutone on the Southern flanks of Dartmoor in Devon, SW England, some 15 miles from where I then lived. (I was born a Londoner.)

        Jutone specialised in breeding full German Shepherds. Thus Pharaoh is from pure GSD stock; indeed his father was a German GSD! Pharaoh has been my inspiration for a very long time. This blog first saw the light of day a few days after Pharaoh’s birthday in June, 2009!

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