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    Playing or fighting

    Playing or fighting
    Taken with my little canon powershot 130

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    Re: Playing or fighting

    Playing!!!

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    Re: Playing or fighting

    The one on the left looks like its either mugging for the camera or startled at getting caught.

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    Re: Playing or fighting

    I believe the sheltie is the aggressor. Ears are up, teeth are bared.
    The other dog dog is in more of a submissive posture, ears are pulled back, teeth not bared.
    Would be a fun photo to pull out the dogs and paste in a different scene.

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    Re: Playing or fighting

    Additional accessories needed for photographer - long lens, bucket of water or two and stout stick.

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    Re: Playing or fighting

    Quote Originally Posted by KCBrecks View Post
    Additional accessories needed for photographer - long lens, bucket of water or two and stout stick.
    Oh I dont know, if you want to stop it.. just mention food... works for our hounds lol...but the long lens is a plus for sure:>

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    Re: Playing or fighting

    There was a time when I quite liked dogs, Trina, then I started walking with a bridge camera strung around my neck. After being set upon by several teeth baring demented mutts whose adoring owners assured me they were only playing, or usually very friendly or somesuch I now don't give any dog the benefit of the doubt and either walk on the other side of the path or roadway or prepare for evasive action.

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