waiting, impatiently

George,
CountryGirl Kate's fabulous pup,
makes a guest appearance on my blog this week

I took this photo of George
while he was waiting for a squirrel
to come down the tree

26 comments:

  1. What a fab snap chickie~nothing better than a dog who loves his job!

    Missing u!

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  2. You've done a wonderful job of capturing George's great profile and strong jawline.

    I also love the colors in this picture.

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  3. this is soooo cute!
    & regarding your post yesterday Daryl, I am impressed! You got an amazing amount of work done! Doesn't it feel good to purge?

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  4. If he is anything like my boys, he'll be there all day.

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  5. George is beautiful and obviously, dedicated. Great photo Daryl.

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  6. I wonder what the squirrel was thinking

    George is beautiful

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  7. What a star - he's now appearing on many blogs.

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  8. He's still out there waiting.

    We've been delivering his food to him. And water. That squirrel is his nemesis.

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  10. That look of serious intensity reminds me of our dog Darcy. She would see me coming home in the afternoons, jump up and run over to the nearest tree to show me how she had another squirrel trapped up there. She was a funny character.

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  11. I just love me some George and I want THAT t-shirt as well.

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  12. What a great capture (I know, I say this too much, but 'tis true!)...George is a beautiful dog and I'd love to run my fingers through his fur. *sigh*

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  13. Kate just called and George is STILL under that tree!
    Neat photo of one neat dog.

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  14. George is a very beautiful dog! But I'll bet his wait was in vain.

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  15. what was George going to do with the squirrel once it came down?....

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  16. He is gorgeous.

    I can well believe he is still waiting, i know how intense these BC's can be..hehe

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  17. Gorgeous George !!
    If he ever wants to go on vacation,
    we have 15 oaks that seem to be home to a hundred squirrels.

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  18. I love George!

    When my Belgian Shepherd, Sundance, was about fourteen years old with bad hips, there was a squirrel who liked to torment him by walking back and forth on top of the chain link fence, teasing him. So one day, I unhooked him and he flew at that squirrel and came within a whisker of bringing him down. He DID get a piece of him. Go, Sundance!

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  19. I am SUCH a George fan too!!and yours, Daryl

    Aloha-

    Comfort Spiral

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  20. You KNOW how I feel about THESE kinds of dogs. Oh. My heart is fluttering.

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  21. Sometimes the squirrels do come down. I mean, they have to. This particular tree has no trees nearby for them to jump to. I saw one squirrel dive from the top of the tree onto the ground, and then take off for the fence. He then ran along the top of the fence and dove onto another tree, climbing it until he was out of sight. And George was right on his trail.

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  22. Oh look at his little face! I hope the squirrel stayed up the tree. :)

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  23. How did I miss this sweetie? Haley chases squirrels, too, as all good dogs are required to do, and she'll try to find them, but soon loses interest...

    This beauty looks like a border collie.

    Great shot for your theme!

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  24. What a great looking guy! I'd love to know what the squirrel is thinking right about now.

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  25. What a beauty. You can see the anticipation on his face.

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