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Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Few Words Wednesday in the Indian Paintbrush

We had lots of fun in the Indian Paintbrush flowers!


A friend recently commented that Shyla had the most "human face" of any dog she knows. I think that the reason is that Shyla has those gray highlighted eyebrows. With each shedding season, our six year old Shyla gets grayer. A recent study showed that dogs who experience high levels of stress go gray so early. I actually love how it looks but hate that it reminds me that Shyla won't live forever.

14 comments:

  1. You are such a beauty, Shyla, in every way♥

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  2. that explains why Jake has been gray for years and getting whiter by the day. I agree about Shylas human face

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  3. Hari OM
    ...that's why I went grey in my 30s too!!! Gorgeous gal, Shyla, your grey is most distinguished. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  4. Those sure made us smile!

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  5. One of my friends calls us " silver tips" and guess it is true for dogs as well. Beautiful and very expressive, you are a great team.

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  6. I love these shots of Shyla catching treats. Walter is a high anxiety guy and is much grayer around the muzzle than Millie.

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  7. She has amazing expressions that I'm sure are a blast to capture!

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  8. With mostly gray and white pups, that is one thing I don't have to think about:)

    Shyla has the most expressive face and you capture it so well.

    Keep the light on, Lightning may be on his way:)

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  9. Such beautiful shots! Happy Independence Day!
    KZK, Cam, and Mags

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  10. Ohhhh Shyla you look so pretty out standing in the field of wild flowers.
    I just love your gray patches it is you wisdom shining through
    Hugs madi and mom

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  11. Shyla's face does have human qualities but the wide open mouth makes her look like too many men I have known

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  12. Those flowers make such a lovely backdrop for Shyla's fun expressions!!
    Jan, Wag n Woof Pets

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  13. Shylas face always has a story to tell! Always!
    love
    tweedles

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