How can your canine companions go so quickly from being a clean dog to a dirty dog?
I walked my dog recently along this trail bordered with flowers in the Old Mill district of Bend.
I often play fetch with her after we get home. The second picture shows what she looks like after she catches her ball a few times when we’ve had a little rain.
What a pretty girl! Can she sit on your lap? 😉
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12 thoughts on “Clean dog to a dirty dog: LAPC & FF”
I love it. A bath is the next photo??
😁 Yeah, she needed a bath after that.
OMG Siobhan, that is fabulous!!!! LOL re sit on our laps!
Thanks, Tina! Fortunately, she didn’t jump on my lap when she was so dirty. 😁
Haha, I see what you mean – what a transformation!
Yes, she gets dirty fast!
Adorable! Even with mud! Living with dogs, I’ve adopted the attitude espoused in a decorative plaque I was given years ago: “A tidy house is a sign of a misspent life.”
Nice quote! 🙂
That second shot is a sign of one happy dog!
Yes, you’re right! 😀
The dog is adorable.
Thanks! She’s really smart too.