waiting, impatiently


Outside a restaurant on Madison Avenue in the Upper East 70s

30 comments:

  1. Greetings from Australia.
    I hope he was rewarded after his long wait.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  2. I hope it was a good doggie bag. He sure has a sweet face.

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  3. He is definitely impatient, and deserves a treat.
    Pretty tree, too.

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  4. Goldens are the best! My granddog is a Golden.. she is very affectionate and loves,loves, loves to snuggle. This is a beautiful example of their charm.

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  5. Beautiful dog! He's probably wondering why his reflection is allowed inside but he isn't.

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  6. Aww, this is so cute :) I hope he got his doggy bag for waiting so patiently. Or just because he is so dang adorabale.

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  7. I think I've seen this dog waiting before. Next time, I'm taking him home with me.

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  8. awww
    what a sweet pup. Mine would be barking and whining and I could never leave them there!

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  9. He looks so sad! But what a good sport, even though I'm sure he knows he's gonna be there a while.

    I hope they rewarded him handsomely.

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  10. If I weren't so honest, I'd quietly untie that leash and priss right down the street with my new Golden Retriever!!! What a pretty baby. I love Goldens. I miss my Baxter!
    V

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  11. "Let me in!

    I see the party lights!

    Let me in!

    I thought you were my friend..."

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  12. very sweet face
    love how he's looking in the window
    I hope they were in there for take-out

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  13. He looks very eager to go in or have someone come out. Great shot.

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  14. Almost like he's waiting for Santa, love the tree!

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  15. Is he eye-balling that tree?

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  16. oh it always makes me smile when I see dogs waiting patiently for their masters. This could be a book!

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  17. Poor doggie. He definitely is doing his best to be patient. That's a beautifully decorated tree he's monitoring.

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  18. Sweet doggy. Hope he/she scores a bone for all the waiting.

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  19. Our Cairn Terrier would have run off with that bench already, lol. What a well behaved dog! I have a feeling he/she knows they'll bring something good to eat...

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  20. Awww...such a face! Hope he didn't have to wait much longer, and that he was given a big reward!

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