This weekend is the grand Dog Exhibition in Stockholm and Slobber Online will be there! There will be a lot to do and see in just so little time so I have to chose wisely where to be. But I suspect that the pugs section will be a favourite! If you want some cool shots of your furry friend, don’t hesitate to contact me! See you there!
I just love old dogs. They have gone through so much, they’ve seen a lot and if they are really lucky, they have had the same owner their entire lives. Bessie on the first picture is one of these lucky dogs. Her owner has had her since she was about 8 weeks old and now she is almost twelve. You can clearly see the age signs on her but to me she is beautiful. Old dogs are the best friends one can have.
Shelley, the younger dog on the post (the last two pictures), has so much expression in her face that she is ready to tell a story. I could sit here all afternoon just imagining what’s going on in her mind just by looking at her expressions. The before and after picture to me shows that he has just spotted a big juicy steak and on the second he has eaten it and is trying to look innocent to his owner….ha ha. All it takes is some imagination.
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I never thought that this day would come but it did. I survived it but what’s left is a broken heart. You are now in dog heaven.
Everything happened so fast but looking back, it was all for the best. You were old and were no longer enjoyed being with us anymore. I hope that you can look back at your time with me with love and that I was able to give you many good memories to cherish.
I am truly grateful that you came to me. I still remember the first time we saw each other, you completely ignored me. Chasing the other puppies in your first home was more interesting. And when it was time to drive you to your new home, I put you on your brand new bed that I had bought before going to pick you but you refused to lie on it on the car ride home. You wanted to sit on my lap and from that moment on, our bond was sealed…by dog pee. I still remember that and laugh. Yes, you owned me from the very beginning.
Thank you my little friend for all the nights and days you kept me company. You patiently sat beside me while I ate my breakfast, hoping for a little bit of Filadelfia cheese, your all time favourite. You cuddled with me on the sofa and snored loudly away. But that was all I wanted to hear because that meant you were happy.
After the arrival of the new member of the family, I did not have as much time for you as I did before but I want you to know that the love was still the same. Even though I could not sit and cuddle with you, you were always in my thoughts.
The decision to let you go was very hard but that was the least I could do for you considering the years of devotion and friendship you gave me. From the bottom of my heart I hope that you are in a better place. A place with unlimited quantities of Filadelfia.
Rest my little Caetano. And for the rest of my life, I will cherish the memories we shared together.