We Should Talk More Often

Mm-hmm, that’s very true, oh yes absolutely in fact, it’s like, I understand perfectly, gobbledygook, carry on.

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I really see your point, quite fascinating, mumbley jumbley, and the thing is, I totally agree, blabberjabber, by all means and I’m so glad we had this little talk.

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Got any treats?

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Rebecca S.’s cousin’s dog, Keegan, the scintillating conversationalist!

Comments

  1. Jimbeaux says:

    I thought the pics were in the wrong order- after the ‘last’ one, the pupster’s ears got nommed off!

  2. Blue Footed Booby says:

    My lurcher lays like this. I always figured it was a sighthound thing, because I’ve only ever seen greyhounds, deerhounds, etc do it. Either there’s something I don’t know about Pomeranians, or I was wrong.

    Impressive that he can cross those stubby legs.

  3. Mary (the first) says:

    All you really need to be a good conversationalist, is to be a good listener. I would love to have a little guy like this to hear all my problems. And have treats with.

  4. I feel better just looking at heem. His eyes are so sweet and soulful.

  5. All he needs is a pair of glasses and a note pad.. pup-cholotrist in training

  6. Such a polite little pom.

  7. Looks just like our pommie! Ours definitely does not cross his legs like that though.

  8. *steps up to the plate*

  9. Almost every Keeshond I’ve known has crossed their front legs like that, as well. I always thought they looked so dignified.

  10. pupfanatic says:

    If I had this lil snorky-poo as a therapist…well, I wouldn’t need therapy anymore! Uh, wait a minute…did that make sense?

  11. rokstarbear200 says:

    My Border Collie does this. Of course when he looks his cutest I never have my iPhone on me. Isn’t that just the way?

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