waiting, impatiently


Font sizeIn New York City busy working dog owners employ dog walkers.
This dog walker and his charges
were waiting for the light to change
at the corner of 79th and Columbus
on the afternoon of April 22

32 comments:

  1. Are you sure that's a he? Just asking. I had a long day. Forgive me;)

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  2. It looks like he's having a little trouble with all of his charges. Lots of leashes there!

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  3. I think this is an amazing task - all these dogs, walking together, big, medium, & little - it's a feat!

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  4. Can you even imagine trying to walk them ALL? I'd be tripping all over the place! Great pic, Daryl!

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  5. APRIL? I feel a song coming on. Very good puppy dogs.

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  6. What a perfect job for dog lovers. I always wonder what keeps them from attacking each other. Dogs I mean, not dog lovers. And like Mental P, I thought it was a female dog walker.

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  7. Now I really feel incompetent, I have trouble just walking CR. Great shot, and look how clean the streets are. Sigh.

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  8. Am always impressed with their ability to handle so many dogs. As for the dogs, they always seem to get along. I have two and they are constantly getting tangled and fighting with every dog they see.

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  9. I've always thought also that dog walking in NYC to be a major feat! How on earth do they keep the leashes from tangling?

    Great photos!

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  10. It always amazes me there is no snarling and attacking in these situations. Maybe they send the bad ones back home, or maybe when someone is walking them,they know to be nice to the other dogs around them. Still amazes me, though.

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  11. I always thought it would be fun to be employed as a dog walker. What amazes me is how the group of dogs being walked always seems to get a long okay...

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  12. aren't they now talking about limiting the amount of dogs a walker can have?
    Nice picture

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  13. These photos are fantastic. Brought a big smile to my face. They are a couple of the cutest pics I've seen in awhile!

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  14. Oh wow, i can just about manage my two without tripping over one of them.

    Actually they are not that bad but still that is a lot of dogs for one person..hehe

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  15. Mental P Mama raises something that I was gonna let lay;

    Michael Jackson's torment may well have stemed from gender identity issues. Now THAT's torment. Add abuse and you have lot's of pain.....But your doggies sure make me feel happy.

    Sure hope blogger fixed the scheduled posting feature soon!
    Aloha Gal Pal;
    Comfort Spiral

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  16. Great photo! I think it's a hard job...many dogs to walking...

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  17. New York dog walkers really amaze me. Don't know how they handle so many at a time. Don't know how the dogs like it either - but I guess they get used to it, and are probably glad of the company while their owners are away all day.

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  18. Always love seeing the dogs....I can't even handle Boo I can't imagine handling a bunch...

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  19. I am always amazed that a dog walker can walk 10 dogs and keep them walking peacefully with each other without getting tangled up!

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  20. ...all searching impatiently for firehydrants.....

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  21. He sure would have more trouble handling a camera that I would with just Benny.. or would he?

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  22. Amazing how these people do it - must be wonderful dogs.

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  23. I love all the dogs! Did they just drag their walker across the street!

    oucie on the back. Hope you're feeling better.

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  24. The size differential alone would make that a pretty good trick. But I'm not sure those guys are all that impatient. They look remarkably well-behaved actually. It's a good thing too. Otherwise, you could have one very seriously injured dog walker!

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  25. Now that's a herd of dogs. Great shot.

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  26. What a wonderful job! Just what I would like to do.

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