Saturday, 16 February 2008

A few photos :)

A few weeks back Kaiser and I were at Pets at Home and I noticed they were doing a photo competition the following week so thought we would get some photos done. Bless him he was so sweet - we queued behind adult dogs that did not know how to sit or lay down or stay still and yet Kaiser managed just fine. A week later we went back to choose the photo to go into their compeition, I don't expect him to do any good in that as of course I luv him dearly but he is not cute in the eyes of others like some of the fluffy pups that were there. I bought a couple of the photos although I am not sure if he looks a bit startled - the photographer got the dogs attention by barking at them! So with the usual thanks to the photographer for allowing me to scan and upload the photo (I did ask him - he looked bemused and thought I was mad but said it was fine!)






It's Cads Blog so I thought I would add a photo of him I really like - this was from the DIN Medium Novice Final back last August where bless the little furry chap he came 4th. Amanda kindly bought me this photo (so thanks to her and also the DIN Professional Photographer) and it really is such a good action shot - I think it has a funny mark on it where it was scanned - it's not on the original!

5 comments:

Mark said...

What a poseur! Such a good wee boy to stay still for that long, and who needs fluff anyway to be handsome!

I'm Helen said...

We have some comp photos taken at our local PAH when we just had the boys and they are lovely too (I didn;t ask permission to scan them though - tut!) Kaiser IS a handsome boy and your friend Mark is right - who needs fluff! H

Karen said...

Lovely pictures of both your chaps, gosh Kaiser is growing up really quickly !! xx

Sarah and Leslie said...

I can't believe how quickly he's growing Lorna! I love his ears, all the better for hearing you with!

Sally said...

Cadbury is sooooo cute I love the action shots - and Kaiser, well I would like to bring him home and cuddle him.
Lovely blog Lorna - thanks for sending me the link.