Has she just emerged from a French rabbit hole?Sx
Ohhhhhh Ivy is adorable!!! Do you suppose she was playing in the dirt with another little pal.....? I hope whatever she was doing, that it was lots of FUN for her....!
KAWAII !What a darling cutie. And I adore her name.cheers, parsnip
My neighbour has a dog, rescued from the streets of Paris, that can only understand French. Even after spending six months in quarantine here she STILL doesn't understand English.Sit! (No response)Asseyez-vous! (she sits)etc.She certainly proves that you can't teach an old dog new tricks!
Endearingly mischievous. Bain de boue springs to mind.
OOhhh I want a hug
A little Photoshop work and presto! That dog is white again.
Scarlet: apparently she like mud sliding.Naomi: apparently she ha a mind of her own and does what Ivy thinks fit- which is not going jogging with her Mum and Dad:)Parsnip: It suits her I think.Keith: Ivy is bilingual and is disobedient in both.Rashbre: it seems you are entirely correct:)give it another: you are a braver man than me:)Exile: I really must investigate photo shop now Picasa has let me down.
I hope it was a pleasant romp Ivy enjoyed.
There's a dog around here, he looks a bit like her, but he's so snooty and moody! I would not introduce Ivy to him, she looks too down-to-earth and friendly for him.
Ivy is too cute, white or a little grubby!
Joey: I'm sure she was white on her first photo but now -even clean - she has a silvery look.All the stress of guarding the family home no doubt:)
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