Picture Parade Two Hundred and Four

The last set of those glorious photographs sent in by Margaret from Tasmania

“Animals and nature are insignificant for a man when the man is unworthy.”


“There is no better psychiatrist in the world than a puppy licking your face.“ – Woodrow Wilson


“Somewhere in the rain, there will always be an abandoned dog, that prevents you from being happy“ – Aldous Huxley


“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the manner in which its animals are treated“ – Mahatma Gandhi


“Many who have dedicated their life to love, can tell us less about this subject than a child who lost his dog yesterday“. – Thornton Wilder


“Dogs are not everything in life, but they make it complete“ – Roger Caras


Just thinking that my dog loves me more than I love him, I feel shame.“ – Konrad Lorenz


“They will be our friends forever, always and always.”



That’s it, folks.

But I do have wonderful photographs for next Sunday albeit as different to these from Marg as one could imagine!

You all take care.

12 thoughts on “Picture Parade Two Hundred and Four

  1. That’s good news that there will be more pics. My favorite for this week was the group of Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers. They were a handsome lot. Thanks, Paul!


  2. A wonderful collection of photos to warm the heart. My favorite saying- “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the manner in which its animals are treated“ – Mahatma Gandhi


  3. Golly I love all of these but I have two favorites, The N.S. Duck Trolling Retrievers and the three Labrador Retrievers. In the middle, the chocolate lab appears to have a ball in its mouth. It reminds me of my chocolate lab, Molly who loves balls but who also will chew it to pieces if I let her keep the ball.


    1. Yes, dogs and balls. Or more accurately how many dogs love to chew balls. Indeed, just come in from outside having given Oliver yet another tennis ball to chase after and chew! Loved hearing what were your favorite pictures.

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