Saturday, July 21, 2007

Photo Hunters ~ Rocky and A Tiny Truck

~ A righteous man has regard for the life of his beast ~


It was my privilege to help with the rescue

of this beautiful dog!
~~He had no time left~~

He is very Large.

My truck is very small~!


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29 comments:

  1. It makes my heart sing when I can help an animal.
    My heart is singing :)

    ~Bobbie (Mom to the Cats & Goats)

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  2. Paws up to you for the rescue! He's a beautiful dog.. a rottie?

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  3. Yes, Rottie.
    A BIG Hunka, Hunka love!

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  4. the truck is tiny, that tongue isn't! was there enough room for a driver?

    Happy weekend!

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  5. Hope he found a good home, did you keep him?

    Stop in to see some more dogs!

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  6. Your heart is very large.
    You rock!
    Smooches!

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  7. Great idea after all. Did he leave it full of slobber as well as fill it totally?

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  8. That is clever and humorous! You are so good to rescue him, I applaud you!

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  9. What a take on TINY!! smile. Sandy

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  10. Just in the nick of time. Way to go Bobbie! :)

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  11. Big dog, but he sure looks sweet. We actually had a large dog that we adopted when he was adult and his name was "Tiny". Thanks for commenting on your visit to Pollywog Creek and I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

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  12. Whoa - that *is a big woofie; he looks like he filled the whole truck!

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  13. Hahaha Not Tiny but he is very handsome. We would love to have a big woofie but 10 out of 10 kitty cats would protest and 1 doggie too. Awww ... we love rescue animals!

    Hope you are all well and sending lots of love and purrs

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  14. How wonderful that you helped rescue him! :) He is very lucky. :)

    Fun interpretation of the theme this week. :)

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  15. I think many, many things would look tiny next to Rocky!

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  16. I should think most trucks are tiny compared to him! Lovely dog - how sad that he should need rescuing.

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  17. Thanks for dropping into my little bit of Ireland, A Place For Everything.

    Re: Tiny the Yorkie, he went to a good home!

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  18. I love the interpretation of this week's theme!
    Reminds me of when I rescued a Great Pyrenees (big boy!) in my little car...felt like I had a polar bear sitting beside me!
    Thanks for the lovely comment on my site. See ya in the hunt!

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  19. large AND beautiful

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  20. u did a good thing

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  21. cute dog! errr... he's big right? so cute may not be an appropriate word. haha.
    thanks for visiting my site too :)

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  22. Great take on the theme!

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  23. Well rescued, he looks lovely. FAZ

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  24. A very good photo. And a good person for saving that dog's life.

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  25. How wonderful of you to save that dog's life. I'd love to hear the story behind it. Bless your kind heart. I wish more people were as kind as you.

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  26. You are such a good animal lover. The dog is cute. It's a rotts right? Great shot. Wishing you a calm, happy and lovely week! http://crizlai.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-tiny.html

    p/s: regarding the relics... they are given by a spiritual master. You can't buy them off the shelves. They are priceless too. Only a holy person can possess them.

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  27. Bless you for helping Rocky, Bobbie. You are an angel to him... and a hero to me!

    ...Cindy

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  28. Thank you for rescuing this dawg... and all other dawgs you help to find forever homes. I got lucky and was adopted at 7 weeks into my forever home. My Mom & I love each other very much. I am so happy to hear you helped this very handsome rotti to find a good place. I don't know how anyone would not want to love him forever. Mom has a tear in her eye and on her cheek just lookin' at the pickture.

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