How can a dog resist checking out the mysteries of the forest? This fluffy fella (husky-mix) I got to meet on my last nature excursion was the friendliest, sniffiest and most happy-go-lucky dogs I’ve ever met! I chatted with his owners a bit, who told me they named him George (yes, much like the famous fictional monkey, Curious George) after knowing him for only a few hours. After witnessing his immediate curiosity of everything as a puppy, they just knew it was meant to be!
This beautiful Rottweiler-mix stands a little taken aback in the early forest dawn. Don’t worry, that’s not a dead bird beside her! I believe she was chewing on this bush’s branches before I snapped the shot. I could tell Luna was a morning dog, much unlike her yawning owner I met with her morning coffee and sweats on.
On a trip last winter to Northern Canada, I was introduced to a small group of dog-sledders and their dogs. These huskies were a little hyped up at the time I shot this, some were sleeping but these 4 in the front were the center of attention. They were barking and howling at each other under the evening sky in the vast openness of the icy plains. It really couldn’t have been more surreal.
Bowie and Boots are regulars here at this beach. Looking pretty serene out to the ocean and gloomy skies, I can only imagine where their minds are going (probably thinking out dashing out to the water any second).
My goofy and hairy pal Gus in the backyard during mid-summer. What better way to itch and play at the same time than having a good old roll in the grass?! He’s the most obedient dog I’ve ever known (I promise I’m not biased!), he’s never run away even though we still haven’t put up a real fence! Good boy, Gus. Good boy.