Happy Friday

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:00 AM in
Inspired by Southamsdarling post

Naila, the dog whom I love a lot! Thank you Peter for sharing her presence with me :)



She is lovely as most dogs are that are treated with great respect and kindness on the part of their owners :) I cannot imagine a life that is not enriched by their presence.

I agree! What a love and the kindness and devotion of a sweet pet is a life filled with love and happiness!

Yours has a noble face and seems to be making 'sweet eyes' at the camera!


Aaaw, how lovely to see a photo of Naila today. She is beautiful - really! Funnily enough, I have literally just answered your comment on my post, and I suggested that you should post a photo of Naila - and here she is!! Lovely to see her my friend. Have a great weekend with Peter and Naila.

What a cute pup! I absolutely love dogs and Naila looks like she'd be a wonderful one to be around. :)

<3 kris&kel

She is BEAUTIFUL. No wonder you love her so. What a beautiful face.

@Desiree - she is a lovely soul indeed, very caring! I am also grateful to have her in my life.
@Sush - she does flirt with the camera :-)
@Diane - two great minds think alike :) :)
@Kris&Kel - she is cute, and she knows it. You should see her when she wants cheese :)
@Barb - yes, beautiful face. My husband told me that we she was a small puppy she was simply adorable!

Came by via Rick's, just wanted to say hi :)

Hello Sarah, thank you for droping by!

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