I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Pets Forever!

Hey guys, get up off your tush and lets go see Bozo over at his pad in Mumbai! It's always a fun time when we all get together and talk about what's been happin', Bro! You know? Get your human to click on the Post Title, that'll take them to the website where you can sign up! I'll be waiting for you!!

No more photos!! And stop looking at my tummy -- I just ate, what do you expect????
Yes, I'm being grumpy! I'm nearly ten years old, it's been a long day and I've earned the right to speak my mind!!

Hey, I sound pretty tough, don't I?

14 comments:

VaishVijay said...

Black beauty, sure has a 'don't bug me' look, but sure looks like a friendly personality.

TQ for visiting n commenting my post: Light and Shade:)

Francisca said...

I bet he loves you to bits... but yeah, that's the "get out of my face" look! LOL!

jabblog said...

Aww, Sam Schnauzer - you'll feel happier after a good nap:-)

Arija said...

I don't mind if he's grumpy, with that new hairdo, he looks sooo handsome.

Leovi said...

Really beautiful and lovely dogs.

TexWisGirl said...

LOL! such a scowl!

Al said...

He does look grumpy - nice capture. I hope you're having a great weekend, Sylvia!

gigihawaii said...

Beautiful new header, Sylvia! I love her work.

The Chair Speaks said...

We love that look on your face and your tummy! LOL!
Love that new header!

Gattina said...

You scare me ! you look so dangerous, lol !

Mama Zen said...

That look is priceless!

Margie's Musings said...

Isn't it!! They can be so amusing.

Martha Z said...

I understand Sam, this getting old is for the birds. A few days with Michael and this old girl is tired. What happened to my youthful energy?

♥~Judy~♥ said...

Such a serious look!

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