17 Years Old: West Vancouver, BC

A 17 years old dog and still going for the daily walks

A 17 years old dog and still going for the daily walks

This dog is 17 years old dog and she still goes for a daily walks!

Actually, it’s more of a slow stroll with frequent sniffs rather than a walk. A stop here, a sniff there but the walk is the walk. Every day, rain or shine, she goes on the walk. She doesn’t seem to have …

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Another Rambo: Vancouver — Downtown Eastside

Here's another dog called Rambo

Here’s another dog called Rambo.

I know of at least four dogs called Rambo and all four dogs were named after the Sylvester Stallone’s movie filmed in Hope, BC.

BTW, two of the owners are men and the other two owners are women.

This Rambo is half Pit Bull and half Jack Russell. He has the head and the body of a Pit Bull but he has the legs of a Jack Russell.

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Guarding The House: Vancouver, BC

guarding the house: vancouver, bc

Dogs Guarding The House

These 2 dogs were laying on the stairs. When they saw me coming, they lifted their heads.

The moment I stopped and started taking photos, they went into guard mode.

They were not aggressive. Yet! A couple of steps closer to the house and they would have. Look at the intensity in their eyes, especially the dog on the left. It’s a very clear warning …

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Young Girl and Terrier Mix: Vancouver, BC

She was waiting with her grandmother to go for a bike ride

This 5 or 6 years old girl was waiting for her grandmother to go for a bike ride. The grandmother told me that it was some Terrier mix with a Maltese but I wasn’t paying attention, I was too busy making the photographs.

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What’s Happening? Vancouver, BC

What’s Happening? Vancouver, BC

What’s Happening? Vancouver, BC

This white Bulldog is asking herself: “Why is this guy on the ground with that ‘monster eye’ (that’s the camera) looking at her?”

Most English Bulldogs are very nice dogs. She wonders if I’m going to give her the attention she deserves? Yes, I did, because just after this photo, I gave her owner a treat that she immediately gobbled.

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What a Face: Vancouver, BC

Dogs are among the most expressive species. They express themselves through the ears, the eyes, the mouth, the tail, the hair between the shoulders, the pose…

Adding all these things together and we get the ‘whole dog’: happy, excited, fearful,…

What a Face: Vancouver, BC

What a Face: Vancouver, BC

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Walking with Huskies: Vancouver, BC

Everybody was getting out of her way. Nobody was coming close to this lady and her two Huskies.

It was interesting to see all the people going out of their way to avoid the dogs. Not once did thee Huskies bark. Not once did they growl. These Huskies were perfectly behaved.

Walking with Huskies: Vancouver, BC

Walking with Huskies: Vancouver, BC

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The Smile: Vancouver, BC

This Irish Setter is not growling, he’s not threatening, that’s his smile.

His owner just says ‘Smile’ and he show his teeth. There is no growl, it’s a smile but only once per person. After that he’s done and he never ‘smiles’ again to that person.

The Smile: Vancouver, BC

The Smile: Vancouver, BC

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