#WordlessWednesday: DOGGIE LOVE

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Happy Wordless Wednesday to all!  

Today’s theme is Doggie Love ♥

Bella & Merlin (r) ®
Bella & Merlin (r) ®
Rojo & Shelby (r) ®
Rojo & Shelby (r) ®
Rudy & Candice (r) ®
Rudy & Candice (r) ®

Read her story HERE

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Sweet Candy ©
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Canine Innkeeper in suburban Toronto, Canada, known as “The Doglady”. Writer/website owner, photographer, animal lover, music fanatic, inveterate traveller. History, literature and cinema buff. Eternal “hippie/rockchick”. Binational, German/Canadian and multilingual. Looking for the next adventure!

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20 thoughts on “#WordlessWednesday: DOGGIE LOVE

  1. HI there Debs, just doing a whistle stop tour to try and catch up after being AWOL … I’m still missing my girl, and try as I might I can’t consider getting another ‘friend’ … I think she was the one for me and the hole she left is full of smiles and laughter and yes, a few tears … take care my friend and have a great weekend. xPenx
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    1. Good day Lady P! I am so happy to see you again!! 🙂 Was worried……
      I know exactly how you feel, because I’m the same. Tasha was THE one also and I haven’t considered getting another because, in my mind, they just wouldn’t measure up. I still cry sometimes, when I think of her. Thank you so much for visiting and have a good weekend. All the best to you! ((HUGS))
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    1. Hi Mayura; Candice is one of my favourites. I actually don’t have a baby of my own, now. Our beautiful Dalmatian, Tasha (see photo on my right sidebar), passed away in 2007 and I haven’t be able to bring myself to get another. Perhaps in future, when I retire. Thanks for coming by and reading Candice’s story.
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