Careful! Could be slippery!
What kind of booties is she wearing?
They’re called PAWZ. They look like balloons only bigger (for Daisy’s feet) and with a thicker rubber than a balloon. I have tried lots of the traditional booties with the velcro strip to keep them on and they have never worked. Plus, Daisy hates them. These she doesn’t hate at all and will jump up on the couch and lift her paws so I can put them on. Here’s a close up: http://pawzdogboots.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/medium-dog-in-bandage.jpg
Thanks! I’m going to look into them. Those velcro ones never worked for me either. I’ll have to order them online cause I’ve never seen them in the stores here.
I know Petco has them, but I don’t know if you have one near you.
Let me know what you think!
Beautiful! I think I’m going to send my dogs to you for the rest of the winter so you can get some snow pictures of them in the gorgeous settings you have!
Jen – Come on over and up! I would love to capture them in the snow! Of course, I’m not sure I could get as awesome pictures of them as you do, but I would be happy to try!
Sweet, it looks like you got as much snow as we did! I love how beautifully you captured the scene, and how Daisy looks so content. Is that her tail swishing?
From the sounds of it, we did get as much snow (maybe a little less) as you Kristine. And, we have another storm coming late next week! I am SO ready for spring!
Yes. That is Daisy swishing her tail. That’s actually part of why I love this picture so much.
Wish we could get that much snow. Enjoy!
Shall we send some your way?
Looks like an awesome snowy adventure – enjoy!
It definitely was that Will and Eko!
We still think you take the BEST Photographs!!!!…:-)
You totally made me smile Alex. Thank you!
Daisy was so cute playing with the snow!
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