Monday, September 17, 2012

Play With Me!

"Plaaaaaaaaaaaaay with me"

"Play Play Play Play Plaaaaaaay!!!!!!"

"Play"    "Play"    "Play"    "Play"
"Play"     "Play"     "Play"


Dog Blog Post #813

Photography Assignment

You need to be pretty…

Daily Dog Challenge "322. Comfortable"

… in a relationship before you pull out the heavy weaponry at playtime without fear of leaving (or receiving!) a…

Our Daily Challenge - Sep 17, 2012 - "Mark".


You could say their behavior is a mark of the breed, for the AKC Standard for the Golden Retriever states:

"Quarrelsomeness or hostility towards other dogs or people in normal situations, or an unwarranted show of timidity or nervousness, is not in keeping with Golden Retriever character. "


If you insist on the classic definition (and have really good eyes) you might be able to spot the Treat Spot (a black mark) on Henry's tongue.

The Plan

When all else fails, take bitey-face pictures. :)

The Problems

Not likely.

The Solution

It's bitey-face, not rocket science.

One camera, one Speedlight, two playful pups... yup, that just about does it.

Editor's Note: Sam, over at How Sam Sees It, asked what dogs Gossip about.

Sorry, Sam. I haven't a clue. 

They were whispering. :)

-- Like the idea of a daily dog photography prompt? Click on Daily Dog Challenge and join us!

© 2012 BZ Training - All Rights Reserved


How Sam Sees It said...

You know, our boys don't really interact, but I think I'd be scared if they played bitey face!


Unknown said...

Sweet photos and I enjoyed the commentary. So true that only with those we love can we pull out the sometimes. Great reminder of how much dogs love to play.

houndstooth said...

What sweet photos of the boys! And I had to giggle, because I have a friend who's really into zombie movies and he keeps saying "Brains" in a similar manner to the way the boys were saying "Play" and it just got to me, I guess!

Bark'n About said...

Great action photos and so sharp! So they rumble a lot? My guys only get into a good play about once maybe twice a wk. That might be a good thing as they create such shrill barking in their merriment.