1. Not a single person! I wish I had a Bailey to photograph. Btw, I’m working on my entry for the A-Z photo project. Just want to let you know I haven’t forgotten. Just seems I can’t find the right time to post, what with zero to hero and all. And Patty, if I were to start a blog event/party, would you join?

  2. This is precious, Patty! Since Bailey is part Maltese, you would probably love to know that Split, Croatia is plentiful with Maltese pups! They, along with French Bulldogs, seem to be the most popular breeds here. πŸ™‚

      • Isn’t it terrible? I’m away from Bailey occasionally and I miss him so much! I bet Gigi is missing you tons as well. Do your parents send you pictures of her while you’re away? I get daily updates on my trips. πŸ˜€

      • That’s cute. She’s not technically ‘mine’ now. I got her during my single days and she was decidedly unhappy home alone while I was at work. This lasted for a few weeks, and she became mischievous home alone, despite doggy-training/psychology sessions. I didn’t know what else to do. πŸ™‚ My parents said they’d take over puppy-rearing duties for a while to see if she’d overcome her separation anxiety during the day. They ended up getting quite attached to her, she was very happy and spoiled at their home, and I couldn’t take her away then. The best part of the arrangement is that I get to see her very often and that she has many loving ‘owners’ now. She also had a ‘big sister’ for several years and they became companions. Sadly, the other Maltese, Meg, passed away this past summer. Now, Gigi commands full-time attention.

      • That sounds like a wonderful arrangement! I bet Gigi is the happiest dog in all of Germany. πŸ™‚ I’m sorry to hear about Meg. I wish our fur family had longer lives. They simply don’t have enough time with us.

  3. With that precious face, you couldn’t possibly shoot anything but Bailey for B! He’s adorable in this shot, looks like he’s hiding from doing something bad. πŸ™‚

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