"Following where my camera leads me!"

"Following where my camera leads me!"

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Car Dogs


We come across so many dogs out headed for adventures with their people. Charleston is a dog friendly city for sure. 





Dogs wait in traffic just like we do. Sometimes patiently, sometimes not. They look all over, hoping to spot other dogs in other cars.Then they can sniff and bark, two things they enjoy doing!

Look at the wind blowing this beautiful blonde dog's hair back...just like a shampoo commercial! LOL


and I can't forget these friendly dogs we saw in the truck back last  spring over by the beach!



Here's one of our own car dogs....after a long hike in the woods last Fall.....she was THIRSTY!
If you have dogs....do you take them on drives?

8 comments:

  1. Do you see all these dogs in the cars from your house? You sure see lots of pretty ones! We are critterless right now and may be for a long time.

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  2. Car dogs always remind me of that scene in Titanic. "I'm the king of the world!" Our dog doesn't enjoy drives. Guess he associates being in the car with going to the vet. Have a good one!

    Hugs
    Jane

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  3. So many adorable dogs, especially yours!

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  4. We SO love spotting a Good Ole Dawg enjoying a ride! The lolly, smiling ones are my favorites---I try to imagine enjoying the moment, just that one thing at a time that brings such an expression of joy---wouldn't that be just a wonderful thing?

    When Caro let our Fuzzypup out the other night into the snow, I said "Wouldn't it be something just to be able to smell all the scents of the world with that heightened sense that dogs have? What a great talent we folks missed getting." I can't imagine hoe that would be, to be able to isolate all the glorious and inglorious scents and aromas that we walk heedlessly past, never knowing that gift.

    She did add that she'd been reading that we should keep a sharp eye on our pets in this weather, and don't just let them out the door---go with them, for the cold dulls their smell-sensors and if they lose sight of you, their homing-sense is lessened, and they might just wander off looking for that familiar scent of safety and home.

    I love all your GOGGIESS! Something about that inquisitive, accepting blisss of the ride and the wind and the mouth-open lusty joy---folks are just TOO strait-laced. (I do, however, yell or howl out the window when we ride through a tunnel. It's the LAW).

    rachel

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  5. My babies love to go for a ride in the car! Well, my old girl not so much anymore, since I have to lift her in and she hates when I lift her....but the little one gets so excited!

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  6. Such adorable headshots. But I must admit, that I always worry when I see these pups!!

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  7. Our dog only travels with us to visit family, and of course to the vet. He used to be quite hyper about the whole ordeal until I figured out to put his bed on the backseat and now he curls up and naps. I know furbabies are the only children some couples have and they take them everywhere with them. You captured some nice photos.

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  8. They actually look as though they are enjoying the ride with such abandon and glee. Great fun!

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