4 Responses to Puppies frozen in time!

  1. Jan Anthonisz says:

    Every dog, every animal is beautiful, intelligent and above loyal. They save lives so don’t discard them. It is the bad eggs in society that should be used for medical and cosmetic research and etc. In good time, “WILLOW-MY STORY” will be published in aid of animal causes around the world.

    Willow is a Belgian Shepard I rescued at an animal sanctuary, Southern River Western Australia where I work from time to time as a volunteer.

    She’s now 10.5 years old and acts like a 2 year. She suffers from SBS, (spoilt brat syndrome) with no less than five walks a day and big rump steak once a week-medium rare of course.

    Check out staff at the supermarket all know what I’m having for dinner: The left overs! Madam is worth it in every sense of the word. The four cats are just as bad-sought of a conspiracy going on so to speak.

    Keep up with the good work and feel free to write to me: jan.anthonisz@live.com.au.

    Thank you and God Bless. Jan Anthonisz (composer 1941-2041).

    Ps. The German Shepard in the photograph is a beaut. The last ‘kiss’ Willow gave me ended up with a face
    wash. Yuk. So be careful young lady with the German Shepard, it’s a bow bow tradition.

  2. BoingyDog says:

    What an awesomely amazing video! Can’t wait to get my GoPro camera!!!

    • Jan Anthonisz says:

      Great news.

      A Happy Dog is a Happy Family.

      The doggy in the picture is handsome and boy oh boy wait till he meets Willow my Belgian Shepard, a girl dog, that’ll make his day.

      Willow is 10.5 years old and yet by the same token she acts like a 2 year old and why not?. She’s happy with a minimum of five walks a day plus a large rump steak medium rare once a week.

      It’s called SBS, (spoiled brat syndrome). H E L P. That’s Okay, I’ll have the left overs.

      All she can of think of is, treats, walkies and cuddles in any running order. She’s very good with children and the three cats one of which she is very protective to. These two have a strong bond. I’m jealous. The cat tags behind Willow and myself on our regular and every midnight walks to the nearby park.

      She’s also a good guard dog as one dark skinned home intruder found out. Blood on the rear driveway behind the gate is still evident.

      Last winter she ‘saved’ an abandoned baby owl wandering around the park. Good sniffer dog. The next day one of the wildlife volunteers picked up the bird from my, oops! I mean our house.

      Willow for sale, special offer this week, only 5 cents and the rest. NO WAY !!!!!.

      Feel free to keep in touch: jan.anthonisz@live.com.au

      and I’ll be more than happy to send a picture of “HER SERENE FINENESS-Miss UNIVERSE”. Willow who else.

      That’s all for now towards another Dog day afternoon, that’s after when Madam has had her last walk at mid-night tonight what ever the weather, rain or gale force winds.

      Love and God bless to all the animals around the world.

    • Aimee says:

      You are getting a GoPro? I want one too. They look like so much fun. :)

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