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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Dog days continue

Posted By on Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 3:53 PM

 I think I'm onto something with this dog photo thing. Forget charter schools.


Ernie and Zoe Oakleaf's Artie.


Clint Reed's Duchess.


Charlie Hughes' smooth collie Sonny.


Lindsey Millar brings us Flying Dave.


Jason Henry's "angels," Molly and Lilah


Jim McCall's King Charles spaniel Bailey.


Meet Buster Dobbs, owner of Shawn and Kathy Gott.


Susann Walters' Dixie on a float trip at Daisy State Park.


Blogger Jason Tolbert proudly presents Reagan Dutch Tolbert.


Jay Barth's Eleanor (for Roosevelt, of course.)


Woody, Hugh Mann's 10-pound package of wonder/rescue dog.


Alice Stewart's Sam, disheveled after a little yard work.


Becca's Jax. (Named for my fave La. beer of yore?)


Heather and J. Brown's Elvis Saunders.


Tracy Collins' Jenci at the Buffalo River.


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