waiting, impatiently

Caught between Citarella and the Dessert truck!

25 comments:

  1. such sad faces, I'd be hauling dog treats in my pockets if I saw all these dogs.

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  2. Such sad eyes they have but I can imagine them lighting up when their owner returned! :)

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  3. the sad eyes are the first thing I notice
    and the golden one has such an anxious stance
    I hope their human had treats for them

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  4. If they are tied up when I visit you, I'm taking them home. Just saying.

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  5. Labs can put on the biggest sad sack face I've ever seen! HA
    V

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  6. They will be very happy when they see their human, sure!!
    regards.

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  7. The sad labs were glad to see Dad. (Or mom, but that didn't rhyme.)

    They look lovable and pettable, but not exactly thrilled to be there.

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  8. Oh, such a common site in the city. I don't mind when the owners are just going in and out of a store real quick but it does make me uncomfortable because there are a lot of dog snatchers around that wait for these moments.
    What I really hate is when they tie a dog up to a pole thats extrememly close to the street, especially in a bus stop and the dog is literally inches away from buses pulling into stops and cars, etc. Some people are walking zombies. . .brainless.
    I digress. . .love the dogs :)

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  9. I love labs. My grand dog Jake, a chocolate lab, is visiting right now.
    They just have sad eyes...whenever their master is not RIGHT by their side. They are such people dogs, and they are just the BEST =)
    xoxox

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  10. Those two look like they just lost their last friend. Poor babies.

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  11. The canine version of being caught between Scylla and Charybdis?
    ;-)

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  12. Another great catch. Dogs want to be with their owners, wherever they are - it doesn't matter!

    The "golden" one looks much like Haley after we had the latter trimmed recently.

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  13. Adorable and such sad eyes.

    "Dog Speak"

    But wait...
    When my human finally shows up. My eyes will twinkle and I will be so happy.

    Now that's an image I would like to see. Lol

    Nice shot.

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  14. I thought it was "caught between the moon and New York City." I'm going to go ask Peter Allen about this...

    (cutie pups as always, btw!)

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  15. I'm sure they could smell the desserts. Must have been torture!

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  16. Black and white,
    poz & neg,

    sweet and sweeter!


    Aloha, Dar


    Comfort Spiral

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  17. My uncle Paul had a black lab named Champ. He was beautiful. These two are soooooooo adorable. I love labs! They are my fave dogs. Cheers!!

    P. S. Your pics and subjects are fabulous!

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  18. I love their puppy dog eyes and the vibrant colour of the background makes a great shot.

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  19. They both look like they want to get outta there!

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  20. Awwww... They both look so sad. And old. I guess that's actually the same thing that is happening to me. Sagging eyes & droopy jowls, LOL! I feel better already.

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