This poor wee Cavalier King Charles pup has gotten lost and wandered the streets so alone and afraid, until our boys, the Staffordshire Bull Terriers and the Pit Bull found him. The little guy feels so much better now, knowing that he has protectors against any threat.
So you see, not all tough looking dogs that have reputations are bad tempered at all. Most of them are marshmallows with great big hearts, full of love for anyone who would give them a home.
These guys are from Jane's new package, JaneEden's Dogs. She has created these four, and there's a German Shepherd, a Border Collie, a Dalmation, a Pug, a Rotweiller, a Papillon, A Golden REtreiver, and a Chocolate Lab. They are just gorgeous! Thank you Dear Jane, for letting me play with these beautiful, beautiful dogs!
I've used two Staffordshires, one sitting one standing, he Pit Bull and on the bench is the wee Cavalier King Charles. The background is JaneEden'sDilapidation Places. Both packages can be found at YURdigital.com.
Great Big Thanks for all who stopped to see the previous post and leave comments. You all know I love reading the comments! Thanks for the faves as well.
Jan 20, 2013 2:05:09 amby magnus073 Homepage »
This is such a wonderful image Rita, and I loved the story of them offering protection to the pup. Your point was well made about dogs that look vicious being kind. I have two big dogs that are half pitbull and they are the sweetest girls you could ever meet. They're very loving and great with children, so that is why I believe it is all in how you train them. Thank you so much for using these amazing dogs, sis did a wonderful job on them
Jan 20, 2013 2:22:03 amby mikeerson Homepage »
My favorite dogs you mentioned, but they're not in this upload, so that means I have something to look forward to. Yellow lab / golden retriever is the best dog I ever had - he passed years ago and I know when I wasn't in his life the last few years it crushed him... divorce happens. Rusty and I were best friends and after I was forced to leave, he didn't have anyone taking him to the park and playing frizzbee with... I've never seen a dog age as fast as he did the next couple years. Couldn't take him with me cause I was in an apartment that didn't allow dogs - even for visits. ...I'm glad these dogs are guarding the little dog and not the trash - lol
Jan 20, 2013 3:06:52 amby dragonmuse Homepage »
This is a delightful image. I absolutely adore pitbulls and staffies. They really do have great big hearts.
There is so much predjudice against them, mostly caused by media sensationalism.
If a pibble bites, it is all over the news.. you never hear a word when any other breed bites or even kills though. It gives a very lopsided and wrong view.
Sadly, it is this view that is causing people to base decisions about these wonderful dogs.
Tonight I found out that Petsmart won't allow any of the bull breeds in their programs.. they have lost my business! I hope more people will let them know that they can't base their policies on myths.
Thanks for posting this.
Jan 20, 2013 6:03:13 amby cvrad Online Now! Homepage »
nice composition I agree that a lot of dog breeds have been given bad reputations we have a Rottweiler-Sheppard mix that is the biggest sweetest dog I have ever owned
here she is in her very laid back attitude.
Jan 20, 2013 10:49:50 amby JaneEden Homepage »
This looks amazing Rita really well done, oh and forgot to mention that it is not Spooky places anymore it is now called JaneEden'sDilapidation, sorry about that.
I do hope you are feeling ok, I know how hard it has been for you recently, I can only hope that my new dogs package has helped to diverse your thoughts a little. hugs Jane xx
Jan 20, 2013 12:54:24 pmby Bampster Homepage »
Excellent image, Rita. The use of the dogs is very realistic, fine composition, I may add. The narrative is also very interesting. The reputation that some dogs have is a major issue these days, especially the Pit bulls. Recently in a the city of Fitchburg MA, a mother and her three year daughter were attacked by a Pit Bull. The injuries were not that serious, but it adds fuel to the issue about these dogs and their aggression. We are being assailed by guns and certain dogs, what's next? Well done!!!!!