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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.

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Ernie and Zoe Oakleaf's Artie.

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Clint Reed's Duchess.

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Charlie Hughes' smooth collie Sonny.

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Lindsey Millar brings us Flying Dave.

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Jason Henry's "angels," Molly and Lilah

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Jim McCall's King Charles spaniel Bailey.

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Meet Buster Dobbs, owner of Shawn and Kathy Gott.

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

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Blogger Jason Tolbert proudly presents Reagan Dutch Tolbert.

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

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

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

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

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Heather and J. Brown's Elvis Saunders.

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Tracy Collins' Jenci at the Buffalo River.

 

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