This week's theme is "By a Nose" as we have now crossed the halfway point for the year 2018! It's hard to believe that half the year has passed as we begin July and for those of us in the United States and celebrate the fourth of July this week. This week I want to take a moment to remember Charley who crossed the rainbow with a 'nose photograph'. Here's Charley looking up into the camera - he was one of my first dogs I photographed besides my own.
I decided to feature several different dogs this week and focus on the differences in their noses - and if you look at various breeds of dogs, you'll see that there can be a lot of different types - some long, narrow, short, wrinkles, squishy - let's take a look at some of those noses!
Squishy soft nose (Sharpei) - I love giving these a gentle squeeze if the dog allows it. Both of these Sharpei mixes are looking for a home if you in the Tampa Bay area and interested! These dogs are with Rescue Teamsters - Max (brindle) is a good size dog and appears to love men - although he wasn't to picky and likes me too. Danny a medium size dog, seem like he had a lot of deep thought during our photography session - very sweet boy.
Hound dog - gotta have a long nose to smell out all those wonderful things!
Short noses - often wondered why they are so short (other than genetics).
Short and wrinkled....oops, with a tongue curl!
And the end of a nose!
For more pet photographers sharing their take on this theme, head over to visit Tim Evans Photography, photographing pets and people throughout Mississippi and then head around the rest of the blog circle.
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