(After my last post, you might find this a little better on the eyes)
A little bit of this weekend for your viewing pleasure - from the smallest to the largest and one strange one.
This is Peaches!
She looks big because of the camera.
You can see by my hand that she is small enough to fit in it.
Peaches was dropped of at the store after finding out how much her shots would cost and because the owner said she could afford her.
It seems her dad had given her two of the miniature Dotson’s for her birthday and she couldn’t afford both of them.
Folks…Peaches weighed 1 pound. She is just a few weeks old. If you fed her a colonel of corn she would have been bloated.
Notice her coloring is so light for a Dotson, and she loved to cuddle as you can see by my grandson, Mater.
This is Diesel, a 175 lb Great Dane.
I have had pictures made with him from the time he was adopted as a puppy to last year as a year old, about 140 lbs, and with his front paws on my lap.
Now he is too large to climb up, and this year he was a little shy. But he's still my buddy.
The fish and reptile manager of this Pet Smart came over with this Chinese Water Dragon (no it’s not GEICO Gecko) and wanted a picture of him with Santa.
I don’t know why, but then I don’t care as long as he pays like everyone else. (I don’t get paid for doing the Santa thing, FYI. All the proceeds go to Dr. Amber’s animal rescue group.)
I had taken my glove off so I could feel him better and not squeeze him too hard. So he put it claw, paw, hand..what ever a lizard has, on my thumb for support. He is a camera whore, too.
This is the best job. There are some amazing animals coming across my lap. I had five dogs, two little ones in my lap and three medium size ones on the floor, dogs with people in the picture, and little kids coming up and hugging me and telling me what they want for Christmas.
I wish I could post pictures of all of them, but that would get boring real fast. Like right about now. So I’ll see ya later.