Love, love me do!!!!
Could not resist putting in a second entry for this week’s “face challenge”
so serious 🙂 but so cute
He was actually a happy little fellow, a Cavoodle, a designer dog.
Great caption, and such a mournful face. No wonder you couldn’t resist a second face.
I think it is the cavalier king Charles spaniel part of his genetics that gave him such a woebegone look, because the poodle part of him was all go.
well thanks for this photo – the hair is my favorite part – all soft – and such a nice clear close up – ruff
He actually was a very happy little dog but always had this hang dog sort of expression.
well it is fun for the theme (hint – we need more – more more )
Have to restrain myself…
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Such a pretty face!
He is a cavoodle, a designer dog…
Oh my, he’s a beauty isn’t he?! Beautifully captured PP
He had a lovely disposition too Tina.
He’s a handsome boy, Daisy and Dido would love him!
I’m sure they would get on very well together.
Yes sad, but still looks beautiful
He was in fact a lovely happy dog
chavoodle – new one on me! lol 🙂
A cavoodle is a cross between a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and a poodle, one of the “designer” dogs.
yep i figured that out by ur comments ,,is pert kewl breed,,,i once had a daschund poodle ; was a kewl mix also..he was fun! an a strange design also hehe 🙂 da best!
I cannot start to imagine what a dachshund/poodle would look like, the mind boggles…
he was a funny dog,,,totally halarious, lewked like a mut, one dat no one could quite put the finger on what breed he was…lol…lived to be like 12 years old plus also! he waz cool 🙂 if i evr find old pics of him i will post em .dats fer sure …take care …….Q
All our dogs steal a piece of our hearts don’t they…
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