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IMG_9668 dogs_a.jpg

IMG_9668 dogs_a.jpg



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emmii!!!!!30-Jul-2005 00:07
What a cutie!
This is a fab photo!
Valeska18-Jul-2005 20:46
Oh I love his eyes. How he is looking so cute.
Gabriele Hasslacher13-Jul-2005 21:41
and who put this staff on his head???
good dogs, if you ask them to jump from the bridge, they do so.....
Guest 13-Jul-2005 06:24
Good boy!
poochdad12-Jul-2005 22:27
what a good dog!
Inocente 12-Jul-2005 22:08
Duke is a the finest representative and King of the best friend of Men
I would love to have him as my companion, nothing could be better

Johnny JAG12-Jul-2005 18:46
Very impressive, if you could get a cat to do that I'd be more impressed though.
Guest 12-Jul-2005 18:15
Duke is as intelligent as his masters!!Joseph.
Eric 12-Jul-2005 17:33
You should see what he can do with the BIG toy.
Elaine (etfitz)12-Jul-2005 15:44
Fun shot!
SP Merrill12-Jul-2005 14:56
I hope you reward Duke well...what a great dog pose and like reflection in his eye.
Karen Stuebing12-Jul-2005 08:18
Neat trick. I'd say his well trained. Wish mine were. I can barely walk them on a leash. He's a beautiful dog.
Johan Toll12-Jul-2005 06:06
Go for it! :) Very nice shot! He looks very consentrated.
Bryan Murahashi12-Jul-2005 04:56
Terrific capture of his concentration. Wonder if he is going to flip the toy off his head
anc catch it in mouth.
jypsee12-Jul-2005 03:49
Karen Leaf12-Jul-2005 03:16
The anticipation! Love the eye contact with the bone.
Guest 12-Jul-2005 01:22
Looks like this dog has been well trained. Duke is certainly a better specimen of the breed than one that I'm acquaited with.
JeremyGood12-Jul-2005 00:40

I can do it too. I just did it and it only took me seven tries.
Pepe Zyman12-Jul-2005 00:31
Beautiful well trained dog.
laine8212-Jul-2005 00:23
beautifully intelligent animals. Duke is no exception.
CJ Burianek12-Jul-2005 00:18
That is one well behaved dog! Mine certainly wouldn't pose like that - she typically rolls her eyes and leaves when I point the camera at her...
Dan Chusid12-Jul-2005 00:10
I'll have to try that one on my cat tonight.
noearlybird12-Jul-2005 00:02
great shot. I can't even get my almost one year old golden to sit still for a picture. He wants to slobber all over me and the camera. I'll have to show him this picture and tell him this is the right way to behave!
virginiacoastline11-Jul-2005 23:49
whe I was a kid, my dad taught our mutt todo something similar with a dog biscuit on her nose =]
virginiacoastline11-Jul-2005 23:48
what a gooooood boooooy!
Coleen Perilloux Landry11-Jul-2005 23:24
Beautiful image of this beautiful dog.
Robin Reid11-Jul-2005 23:21
ROTFLMAO Herb. Well caught and very sharp. Woooof, wooof.
Michael D11-Jul-2005 23:20
Beautiful animal and great training. Could you send me the book on training, I have a wife... Opps I had better not go there.
Sharon Rogers11-Jul-2005 22:49
What a great expression you caught! (My old lab can wait with a biscuit on her nose, drool alert there mind you!)
Gayle P. Clement11-Jul-2005 22:03
Such a sharp clear photo and a talented dog!