Thursday, December 29, 2011

Canine Christmas-2011 The End

You are safe now, this concludes my post on the Canine Christmas Festival... Until NEXT YEAR

Sarasota Singers entertained and some of the singers had their dogs with them.



Almost fell asleep while they were singing but at the last note his eyes popped open.

I saw these sweeties coming in as I was leaving.

29 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

It looks like it had been a long day for some of the pups. The first one looks a little tired too.

I'm sorry to see it come to an end, I really enjoyed all the photos and stories about the event. All of the dogs were adorable.

BlueShell said...

I wish I could be there, singing and enjoying!
Thank you.
I can see through your eyes.

Have a wonderful 2012.
BShell

Maple Lane said...

Wonderful photos, Sandra! Have a great day.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

glad to see those beautiful pups!

thanks so much for sharing.

Catherine said...

Cute pups in the Christmas accessories!
xo Catherine

Snapper II said...

These are some beautiful dogs.
They look like they are having fun.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That white,sleepy-eyed dog is beautiful.

Stacey Dawn said...

oooh - just wanna go scitch their ears!!

Love your quote in your header!!

Sandy said...

I love the last ones ( white ones in truck) But they are all cuties. (o:

TexWisGirl said...

such cute pups.

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

No saying "You're safe now." We post exactly what we wish to, on our blogs. People can look or not, it's up to them. But NOPE, we never apologize for our posts.

"Auntie sezzzzzzz!" ,-)

Love the nodding-off doggie!!!!

"People are so worried about what they eat
between Christmas and the New Year,
but they really should be worried about what they eat
between the New Year and Christmas."
~Unknown

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

You need to be an animal photographer, you have captured them so well and what a camera to pick up the details of the fur.

Hope your day is good!

From the Kitchen said...

I've loved your canine Christmas posts. Oliver, not so much!!

Best,
Bonnie

Ginny said...

This canine Christmas really was a WHITE Christmas! White dogs, white vehicles. Is that a toy collie? I love the way they all have cute collars and are dressed up, wonder if the two white ones are siblings?

barbara l. hale said...

Cute! Love those last two dogs!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Sandra, I'm on vacation (at home) this week---so am not blogging. However, I am checking out some of my fav. bloggers... I have enjoyed all of your doggie posts...
Hugs,
Betsy

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Re: Your comment on my Posts-earrings... I suggest you get a pair of Posts, which you know are sterling silver. My ear *holes* are very sensitive and can't take lots of stuff, which (cheap) earrings are made of.

When you get the Posts, you might go to your pharmacist and tell him/her what you are going to do. He/she will be glad to advise you, I imagine.

My husband/pharmacist tells me to "sterilize" them with Alcohol. Put an over-the-counter Anti-bacterial cream on them, before putting them in my ears.

And with brand new posts, you just keep turning them a lot, but leave them in for a couple of weeks. With this *make-hole-stay-open-again* project, I will probably take them out now and then, JUST to apply more anti-Bacterial cream to them. And put them right back in.

I'm happy it (closing back up) has only happened with one of my holes. But wow, does that one ever get sore, when I try to re-introduce earrings. Hope this will work. Even though it willlll hurttttttttt for a while.

"People are so worried about what they eat
between Christmas and the New Year,
but they really should be worried about what they eat
between the New Year and Christmas."
~Unknown

SweetMarie said...

I could look at photos from this canine event everyday. They are all adorable! The little guy looks like he's a Shelty mix? That white Husky mix is beautiful! I love how you captured him falling asleep. Is he missing his right paw?
This has been the best series Sandra! Thanks for sharing!

Janie said...

What a FUN post of the canines!
I like the photo of the dog with eyes popped open.
Very clear and a great compostion Sandra.

The lens?
Nikon - AF-S Micro Nikkor 105mm - 1:2:8 G ED with vibration reduction!
It is a absolute beauty of a lense, and I love it.

Remington said...

What an awesome time! Hope your Christmas was the BEST!

S. Etole said...

What a bevy of beautiful dogs.

Chatty Crone said...

You know one of the wonderful things about blogging is - if you can't go and see something - chances are some blogger has seen it and will post about it and then I get to see it! You have the best posts. sandie

missing moments said...

Fun day! I've enjoyed my year with you and wishing you the best of what the new year will bring!

Deb said...

awwww....

LauraX said...

oh my goodness, just too cute!

Lynne said...

What a fun post. Really like the sleepy dog. Have a Happy New Year!

Rebecca said...

This weeks linky is on the main page of FMTSO. Recently, you may have noticed Sarah has had technical difficulties getting the linky page up. We apologize for the inconvenience. We are planning on migrating the linky page to our main blog in the future, that way any of the authors can help post the linky when needed.

Ann said...

It's over already? Darn. Love the little elf hat on the first one. That picture of the dog with his eyes closed is precious. Looks like he's praying. Maybe he was praying for it to all be over with so he could take the collar off....lol

Kathy said...

I loved this whole series. Thanks for sending it to me. I hope this is an annual event and that you post about it this year also!