Picture Parade Two Hundred and Two

The second set of wonderful photographs sent in by Marg.

Following on from the first set a week ago.

“We can judge the heart of a man according to his love for animals” Immanuel Kant


“Do not call me dog, I do not deserve such a high qualification…” “I am not as faithful or loyal…I am only a human being”


“Every child should have two things: a dog and a mother who let him have one”


It is shameful for our species being the dog, (man’s best friend) when the man is the dog’s worst friend.“ Eduardo Lamazón


Do not accept the admiration of your dog as an obvious conclusion that you are wonderful“ Ann Landers


“The dog knows, but does not know that he knows“ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin


“Who said you can not buy happiness, when you are thinking about puppies“ Gene Hill


“If your dog doesn’t like someone, you probably should not either.”

You do know, good people, that I get as much pleasure from presenting Picture Parades as you get from viewing them.

More in a week’s time!

19 thoughts on “Picture Parade Two Hundred and Two

    1. Yes, we were saying that earlier. I have this notion that our love for German Shepherds, widely acknowledged by us humans, is because something very ancient and long ago is stirred up in our consciousness: the formation of a relationship with a grey wolf!

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      1. Wolf or not, I think shepherds are simply a beautiful dog. I had a grey GSD many years ago but I have no pics of her that I can get on my compouter, She lived to be 11 or 12 years old. Don’t remember which. I have always liked the breed but I can no longer handle a big dog, although I still have two dogs that are over 50 pounds.


  1. Thank you for sharing! These photos are fantastic and I really loved the quotes. My favorite is the golden retriever photo. You should consider developing a calendar with the photos and quotes. I’m sure people would love it.


    1. Regina, a very warm welcome to this place. Hope you will stay awhile. Regarding developing a calendar that’s a lovely idea. However, unsure as to who owns the copyright. But maybe if Marg reads this she might have an idea about the copyright holder/s.

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