Sunday, 28 August 2011

Doggies loving the life in France

My DS Nick couldn't come with us to France this year due to work commitments, and he is really missing the dogs. The doggies are loving it here, of course, so much space to run around in, wonderful country smells to snuffle at, and cows to watch. So this post is just about the doggies, enjoying la vie en France -

This is their best friend and playmate Rosie, Frank and Christine's dog -

Aaaahhh, love my doggies!

Toodlepip xxx


Jennifer Pearson Vanier said...

Aaah, dogs! You just gotta love them. Such great company, and more fun to watch than TV.

ben... Titbelsoeur... mais sans sa princessôptipoâ ! said...

ils ont vraiment une tête sympa tes chiens !
gros bisous

Liz said...

Such beautiful dogs!! Love them! Thanks for the pics of them!

Celestina Marie Designs said...

Hi Liz, Oh your doggies are gorgeous. Love the pics and their expressions. So wonderful to watch. Our Miss B brings us so much joy too.
Have a great time in France.
XO Celestina Marie

Dorthe said...

Liz -oh they are beautiful-and so big-I can see how they enjoy both nature and couch, with or without your husbond-lol
And I can tell,- you too enjoy La vie en France.
Big hugs to you,dear-

sissie said...

Hi Liz,
Just look at those sweet, pretty babies. It's good too that they are keeping you company.


bumble button said...

Tell the dogs to move just a bit over so I can join them on the couch! What a lovely vacation you are having.Love Louise

Kasia said...

Oh you guys have a great time there! How great is that!?


Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

They are so, so cute, Liz! I especially love the picture where they are both lying on the sofa. The guys like to have it comfortable.
Have a great week :-)!
Hugs to you,

donna!ee said...

beautiful beautiful dogs you have. the rodesian ridgeback is an awesome breed indeed! :)

Juanita Tortilla said...

Teehee, so much slobbery love! :)
Lick lick lick...

Lyn said...

Oh what beautiful doggies! the second one (close up) makes me want to paint him/her? and the shadow one is lovely too!

Anonymous said...

Liz, couldn't resist: have your doggies learned to bark in French?