Photo by Salt Water New England

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

A Bit of a Lie-In

Photos by Salt Water New England
When you are 16, you can have a bit of a lie-in.


11 comments:

  1. Absolutely !
    Have had many dogs to their ripe old age !
    Care, nutrition,and love keeps them happy.

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  2. The word noble comes to mind.

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  3. I am totally in love with this post.

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  4. I lost my Golden due to cancer right before Thanksgiving after 11 glorious years. He went very fast; which is a blessing and a curse all at the same time. A piece of my heart is missing and will be forever. We have a new puppy now as we had a very hard time not having a dog in the house. He looks like the little guy in the pictures. Thank you for the great picture. It brings a huge smile to my heart.

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  5. You simply cannot beat the faces of retrievers. I get to meet my parents' yellow lab for the first time tomorrow when I visit them in Pinehurst, NC.

    Best Regards,

    Heinz-Ulrich

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  6. In love with these gorgeous Goldens -- have sadly lost 3 Goldens due to cancer. Someone suggested that the cream colored ones lasted longer so we got a new puppy four years ago. He is a big, handsome boy and he seems Very Healthy. Here's hoping he lives a long time!

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  7. Love the pics! After having Labs almost exclusively my whole life, we just got our first Golden pup six weeks ago. Looking forward to many years with her!

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  8. They look happy. Our 10 month-old puppy is either extremely active or crashed-out tired. She hiked 5 miles up and around our local 'monadnock' last weekend.

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  9. Thank you for this post. A beautiful trio of retrievers. I lost my golden five years ago to cancer. One day she was fine, the next day we were in the veterinarian’s office. She was my best friend. Always loyal, and she loved unconditionally. She was the best outfielder that my sons could ever hope
    to have as a teammate. She was very tolerant, as the eighteen pound calico ruled the roost. Penny instinctively knew if a person was not well. I truly believe that she diagnosed my Mom with cancer before the doctors. Upon their first meeting, she would not leave my Mother’s side. Penny guided me through happy times and some of my darkest days. One of life’s great blessings is owning a pet, they bring so much joy to life. Once again, thank you for sharing this beautiful photo.

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  10. We were raised to understand that pets are "short-timers"
    (but it didn't make it easier at times).

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