Photo by: Ingrid Stamatson, Wichita, Kansas
Ingrid writes, "My Shepherd girl is peering over the fence watching me leave."
Daily Winner, November 22
Nov 23, 2006 12:49:36 AM
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aren't shepards the most precious dogs you could ever have? and this pic makes me feel sorry for her. a deaf man had a shephard, who died. that shep laid on his grave, and wanted to starve himself to death. my bro went by everyday and same time, and got closer and closer with dog treats, until he won him over. but he laid on the grave for 2 weeks, and was starting to look bad.
shephards are just tooo sweet........you groom him well, too.............
Nov 23, 2006 12:56:57 AM
"What big claws you have" ... (just kidding)
What a sweet looking dog. They sure don't like it when we "go" somewhere, and they sure know the word "go" and "treats," etc. Sometimes we have to spell out certain things so our dog won't know what we're saying, but I think he might know how to spell, anyway. (:
Nov 23, 2006 5:01:17 AM
Yes Mary - I am a "Shepherd Person". They are the most precious and loving creatures and I cannot imagine life without a such sweet. We do have to keep her brushed because they do shed all year long!
LuAnn - keep spelling a word and they will learn that version too! LOL
And today is Thanksgiving and I learned rthat Shiloh is a daily winner! I always knew she was a winner :)
Nov 23, 2006 9:42:21 AM
Kathi ,Tennesee |
Nov 24, 2006 12:28:56 PM
Aww He reminds me of My dog with those sad eyes. How can we resist that?
Nov 25, 2006 1:12:32 AM
So that's what it looks like on the other side of the fence.
Nov 25, 2006 6:03:35 AM
Shiloh looks like such a sweet dog. It certainly would be hard to leave her at home!
Paula Bondy |
Nov 25, 2006 9:33:20 PM
What beautiful and soulful eyes with questions:Where are you going, when will you be back?What a great dog..
Felicia , NM |
Nov 27, 2006 11:35:47 AM
The expression on his face breaks my heart. I see it every time I open my car door and have to make my three dog loves get out. I love German Shepherds. they are so smart and obviously love their owners. How do you ever leave that face?????
Nov 28, 2006 10:52:40 PM
My favorite breed.
Shiloh looks like a wonderful animal. (But don't they all when they want something? LOL )
Nov 29, 2006 10:21:34 PM
"Howdy nieghbor,what's up with you".
Dec 2, 2006 3:37:20 PM
Take her with YOU!!! I have a male German Sheperd "Blackfacehawk" and he is a house dog, but like Shiloh, he wants to go everywhere with me. I have had him 12 years.
He is my ears now that I have a hearing loss.
Sheperds are one of the smartest breeds there is. I hope Shiloh has toys, and maybe you should think about getting her a friend to stay with her while you are gone.
God Bless Yall.
Glenda Boloinger |
Dec 2, 2006 5:14:39 PM
Glenda - Arkansas |
Dec 2, 2006 5:18:25 PM
German Sheperds are great dogs! My son
and his girlfriend have two....Queenie-she is
3 yrs. old and King-he is 6 months old. King
is weighing in much heavier since his father
was a huge sheperd! They are both purebreds
and the are the kids!!!!
Carole - New York |
Dec 3, 2006 12:33:12 AM
Man if this fence wasn't here ,I sure could have some fun with that squirrel.''
Dec 3, 2006 12:33:17 AM
Dec 3, 2006 12:36:38 AM
Shiloh is just precious! Bless his heart...you can tell he loves you so much he wants to go with you! Our doggie is just like that and most of the time she gets to go along. Give our love to Shiloh!
Bernice and Bill |
Dec 15, 2006 10:57:53 PM
Shiloh is a beautiful dog!! I wonder how you came to name her that? Her intelligence is showing in her eyes! There's something about fences that leaves one feeling left out rather than IN! I know she adores the time you spend with her!
Dec 16, 2006 12:21:21 AM
OMG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT A SAD LOOK. IT MAKES ME WANT TO CRY. GIVE THAT BABY EXTRA HUGS FOR ME.
Aug 2, 2007 2:11:04 AM
Please let me come over, I'll exercise with you, I can even give you a few pointers. Oh please with a cherry on top.
Aug 25, 2007 10:13:03 AM
Not only a sweet dog but a well-executed photograph. We just look at this photo and immediately feel for the animal; the emotion depicted here is one we've all felt, one we've most likely seen in our own pet. For that universal quality this one's a big winner!
Sep 11, 2007 1:24:20 PM
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