Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Buster in his prime.

With Andrew, Alice and Tom

17 comments:

Jenny said...

My beautiful boy with his fine, noble head.....although Tom remembers he launched himself off that table at the first opportunity!

johng1962 said...

Buster looks a grand lad!!

Pat said...

Jenny: I'm not surprised. If you click to make it bigger he is like a coiled spring. Do you remember how he used to go bananas when I used to imitate that presenter and say 'Hello - my name is?' Whatever it was.

Pat said...

John: he was. Sadly we lost him last year.

angryparsnip said...

What a terrific photo. Buster looks like a wonderful friend for Alic and Tom.

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

Parsnip: he was. Alice and Tom are in their twenties now and we lost him last year so they were lucky - we all were.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Buster looks like he is about to leap off his Perch, and go after some other animal.....In His Prime---INDEED!A lovely doggie!

Guyana-Gyal said...

He looks like they had to *hold him firmly* for the photo!

Nothing like a dog to make children happy :-D

Pat said...

GG: Tom remembered he jumped off the minute the shot was taken.

Naomi: that's just what he did:)

LL Cool Joe said...

It's sad when pets die, they become so part of the family. A nice trip down memory lane!

Pat said...

Joey: although Buster wasn't mine he was the third dog I've loved. Havoc, Jock and Buster R.I.P.

Granny Annie said...

A sturdy fellow who appears loving but I would not have wanted to meet up with him in a dark alley. I am guessing he would have been ferocious if the need arose. So sorry he is gone.

Pat said...

Granny Annie: I consulted my son about this and he said as long as you were human you'd be fine. If you were another dog and started sniffing him he would give you a warning.
A dog has to make me love him and Buster certainly did.
What are you thinking of walking down dark alleys?

Ms Scarlet said...

Still missing my old dog. Maybe it's time for a fresh pup?
Sx

Nea said...

He looks like a "Buster", full of energy.
We adopted a dog a couple of years ago, a Norbottenspets, I knew it would mean more work for me, but now it's difficult to imagine being without her.

Pat said...

Scarlet: at least you know what you would be taking on.
My DIL has wisely decided that another dog wouldn't replace Buster.

Pat said...

Na: I remember seeing her on your blog. She's lovely.