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Tried to get a good photo


Some friends were having their house fumigated so we watched one of their dogs for the last couple days.  Boy am I glad we don't have two dogs.  They are both close to one, and did not stop playing.  Something was constantly going on.  I tried taking their pictures, but they couldn't stop long enough to pose and all my shots were terrible.  I finally gave the camera to my 7 year old son who ended up getting this one in addition to a lot of pictures of part of one dog but not the whole, some interesting shots of the fence, a few of the neighbors houses and some close ups of our poor lawn.  Good for a few laughs.

dog watching

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Comment balloon 7 commentsGlen A. Mitchell • August 29 2008 11:16PM


This is a good test to see if you can handle more pets. I couldn't. Our dog is spoiled rotten and high maintenance.

Posted by Ray Henderson (Weichert Realtors' Northeast Group) about 12 years ago

I had two dogs, one passed away recently.  It is too hard yet to think about getting another one.  But the one I have is spoiled rotten!

Posted by Tracy Soussi, NC & SC Broker - Large Bank Foreclosures about 12 years ago

Glen, your son got a good shot. The key with 2 dogs is not to have 2 with "puppy brains." If one is over 3 years old, then it makes life easier :-)

Posted by Lara O'Keefe (North Texas Home Finders) about 12 years ago

I'm going to stick with one dog for now..but I do have more respect for those with more now that my baby sitting job is over.  What is the most pets anyone has in this group?

Posted by Glen A. Mitchell, Broker, CDPE, Santa Cruz, Half Moon Bay,El Granada (Keller Williams Peninsula Estates) about 12 years ago

2 of most dogs, no problem...2 yellow labls, no way!!

Posted by Troy Jowers, New Orleans Realtor (Pogo Realty, LLC) about 12 years ago

That is so cute they look like they are actually speaking to one another.  I grew in Northern CA and have many fond memories of  Santa Cruz and loved the beach there.

Posted by Sidney Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula, Realty Works Temecula (Realty Works Temecula) about 12 years ago

Posted by Scott Owens, REALTOR (Scott Owens Limited) about 12 years ago