c'est soit une belle macro,, soit une belle sculpture ;o)) pas encore finie ?
No more running to the store and forgetting the dog food.
When you take him for a walk, there is a lot more work than usual.
This is the type of boxer that my mother-in-law needs. Her boxer is now suffering separation anxiety because Glenda simultaneously moved her mother into a care home and moved into a new house for her and her boxer. The dog is now alone for the first time in its 6 years, so when Glenda leaves the house for even a few hours the dog chews on a counter and scratches the cupboards.Your low-maintenance boxer really hits home right now.
Nice collar.Lol @ Jack!
I was going to say he's a bit cooler to the touch, too, but he's wearing a wrap.
Just a little rub on the head from time to time...
I need a belt like this dog collar. Cool!
Hee! I still prefer the high-maintenance kind though. :)
Oh, although a beauty, he's not very cuddly!
I have one of those in my living room!
I thought it a pug at first glance. They are NOT low maintenance! HAV
Indeed, wonderful image and title.
Low maintenance! LOL!
The dog in my living room is on a "no food" diet. That's why he's low maintenance! My cat gets along really well with him too. As for the duck, I was wondering the same thing. I've never seen one like that either.
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