Haha! Great photo!!!Higgins
Oh silly girl! Beautiful!
What a great upside down smile!
HEHEE I loves romping in a blankie! Did you enter our contest!?~Mason
Belly rubs, anyone? Happy Sunday!Huggies and Cheese,Haopee
Hey Bella, We nominated you for an award!http://bigstinkydog.blogspot.com/ Mason
What a great smile!!! :)Kisses to your snoot!!Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,http://simpaticodreams.blogspot.com/
That is full of cuteness and silliness!
Ha-ha! That's a fun shot! Love the smiles!
I swear I just took a picture of Georgia like that yesterday, on the bed. I love belly shots and especially when they come with The Teeth!
Why thank you, Mason! That was very kind.
Can't wait to see GLP in belly-up mode. :)Believe it or not, this was supposed to be a "serious" photo shoot. Apparently Bella had other ideas. ;)
What fun you are having, Bella!
You make me want to roll around!
Haha that's too cute!Nola
that was so darned cute!
That is such a great photo. I would frame that for sure! pawfectdays.blogspot.com
We call that the "happy dance"! Great shot! :)
Roo upside down cutie pie! *waggy tail*
"She doesn't get into the trash. She doesn't counter surf. She doesn't chew everything in sight. She doesn't get into mischief just because she doesn't have anything to do at any given time." ha ha ha ... she is DEFINITELY not a Lab. ;-)I think shelters label all large dogs either Lab mixes or Shepherd mixes, no matter what the heck they look like.I thought our recent fence install was a fortune, but it wasn't anywhere near 25K - that's just nuts! What was it made out of, platinum?The x-pens and garden stakes was a wonderful idea. I love how you set it up, and it can be easily moved if need be too. I bet that is a great idea for people who live in communities that don't allow fencing.
LOL - you cracked me up with that Lab statement. And the fence one, too. Thank you for being as stunned as I was by that quote. Since no one else batted an eye at it, I thought I was living in the last century thinking it was more than a little unreasonable. To be fair, we picked a "fancy" panel (and we need a lot of it) but at $1,100 per 8 feet, I thought I was going to throw up. :oThe only problem with x-pens is, Bella's a big girl - one or two of them wouldn't really offer her anything and, at the regular $60+ per pen, it can also be cost-prohibitive. I found them for less than $40 during a sale and stocked up. If you think of it on its own, it seems like a lot of money but if you think of it compared to the cost of any permanent fence, it turns into a real bargain.