Saturday, 28 January 2006

old friends

Above  are two of our doggie friends Roxy and Tiny they were before Nin and Barney but just as precious Roxy was a Rescue dog and Tiny we had as a pup but a better pair you could not find .  they were so close as you can 



thank you Sara


jeadie05 said...

Istarted to say , arent they gorgeous,Ido of course mean they were !you never forget ,do you ...........Jan xx

jlocorriere05 said...

I can't see them Ally! I think your entry has been messed up by AOL. Jeannette.

rscott9363 said...

I remember them with love....Lyn... thanks Mum for reminding me  xxxx

rachealcarol said...

Aww they look very cuddly together, such a sleek coat, a sign of being well looked after.

Ally.............I love the pic, you've a lovely warm smile...........and so young to be a grandmother but I knows you love em all. Rache xx

sdrogerson said...

;) lovely...................

mtrib2 said...

The photo was not appearing until I clicked "link to this entry" and then it appeared right away.   They are a great looking pair.   I enjoyed seeing your photo in the sidebar.          mark

lsfp1960 said...

How sweet, it looks like they really care for each other.  Linda

oddb0dkins said...

Love the photo although I'm not really a dog person. Well, being a postman for 28 years you kinda develop a healthy distrust of them, lol. don't really mind them, just don't trust them until I know them. Give me a cat anyday.
Barry. x

jaymact1 said...

Lovely picture of two great friends.Love Joan.

jeanno43 said...

Bless them, they were just beautiful

icklemisssexpot said...

awww really cute pic although i prefer cats myself  Caff xxx

dcmeyer420 said...

Awww! Cute pic. That butterfly graphics is awesome too.

kokoapuffy1 said...

Awww! How cute. I like their names.      ~Deborah

bbartle3 said...

When I lived in Mexico for four
and a half years I owned a Bull
Terrier I loved, and still think about
fondly, happy in the knowledge that
he's being cared for lovingly by
my good friend Arturo to whom I
gave the dog. We got the dog to
frighten would be robbers, but I doubt
he'd have attacked a human. His
'thing' was other dogs, any other dog,
whom he'd annilate as he was bred to do
originally, I believe, in England for dog
fighting, once a big sport: "Tyson the
bighter" we called him in fun, since we
named him after the Boxer Tyson who
bit off an opponent's ear. One day soon
I must go visit Tyson. I BET he lovingly
jumps all over me, perhaps even knocking
me down from enthusiasm, not malice.
Once on the beach I let him off the chain
and out of the blue another dog appeared
much to my chagrin. The only way I could
get Tyson to let go of his steel tight grip on
the other dog's throat was to drag both
dogs into the surf while continuing to shout
in Tyson's ear to let go. The combination of
English Bull Dog, with Terrier, built a one-track
-minded monster. But he loved me, and I love
him. So, I really get how you could be attached
to your 'friends' canine.


wldconnie said...

What lovely dogs. I would love to have one but with working it has not been practical.....maybe I can have one now I am retiring Love Conniex

nedmoh said...

Nice new pic of you Ally and the dogs too.

csandhollow said...

Aw what sweeties!