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I don’t think there is any one reason, but it seems like I often see dog breeds in pairs. Some are litter mates, some find the same home through a rescue organization and others just happen to be at the park at the same time. No matter how they end up together, these pup pairs usually make for a good photo.
I call this shot, “Pug of War”
In the offseason, these guys interviewed Eko about trying out for their sled dog team
“U-Boat” our German Shepard friend who likes to submerge himself hangs at the beach with his little sister
And like a gentledog, Eko always lets the “Golden Girls” cool off first
In this case, dogs are kind of like poker – two of a kind is nice, but not very rare. Yesterday however, life dealt me a hand I have never seen before. Four of a kind!
No tricks, no dogs up my sleeve! We saw these four ladies hanging out on our way back from the beach. Not only that, but they were momentarily close enough for me to snap this photo
Four of a kind is definitely a record for me. And I guess I can no longer post about my difficulties walking two dogs together. Anyone else have a good story of seeing doggie duplicates?