Come Closer, Darling

Shhh. Don’t speak, don’t speak.

Let only our noses communicate.

Laurie D. tells us, “this is my Mom’s dog, Godiva. A beautiful,
 retired racing greyhound who frequently tries to hypnotize you this way.” [IN NOSEVEMBER! – Ed]



  1. Squee! Another greyhound!

  2. Hello daaahlingk.

  3. That nose deserves a lot of kisses and boops 😉

  4. Tracylee, check it out. Another of them Limpid-eyed Needlenosed Longshanked Brindlebeasts!

  5. You. want. to. give. the. dog. Snausages. Snausages.

    You. want. to. give. the. dog. Snausages. Snausages.

    You. want. to. give. the. dog. Snausages. Snausages.


  7. That cold wet nose and those ticklish whiskers make a most excellent alarm clock in the morning. *sniff*

  8. In my head Godiva is speaking with the voice of Marlena Dietrich

  9. yaaayyy! greyhound schnozzles make me happy 😀

  10. “Oh my darling doggie, oh my sweet, sweet wet-nosed lovely, I adore you Godiva, my dearest, I always will.” ~wet smooch on her nose~ Thank you for that. I have cats, but have always wanted a doggie. :c)

  11. *rubs noses with Godiva*

  12. ThirdShift says:

    Greyhounds REPREZENTZ!

  13. I can practically feel the sniffy breath and tickly whiskers!

  14. I’ve never heard that description before–hilarious!!

  15. “Schnozzles on a greyhound make me happeeee”

  16. Oddly, I feel like I want to give the dog snausages. 🙂

  17. Mary (the first) says:

    Yes. Yes. I. Do. Want. To. Give. The. Dog. Snausages.

  18. I heard Dusty Springfield!

  19. Snot! That didn’t work! Ah well!

  20. “Schnozzles in my eyes can make me cry…”

  21. Worked for me. I haven’t heard that song in ages. Thanks for the link. ^_^

    Also, BOOP!

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