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Wordless Wednesday: mmm mmm good!

This is Willie the Labradoodle.  And he is licking his chops.  It's probably not over dog food.

He loves to chew.  He has lots of chew toys and bones, though he prefers socks, pot holders, towels, and, once in a while, shoes.  But he has the ability to look incredibly cute and gets by with it.  This is the look where he is explaining that if I left the sock on the floor or the pot holder at the edge of the kitchen counter, he just assumed it was for him. 

Oh well.

Comment balloon 35 commentsPatricia Kennedy • April 27 2011 10:24PM
Wordless Wednesday: mmm mmm good!
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