I am doing what any proud parent would do and subjecting you to a set of photos showing off our newest addition. [See Beware of Dog!] All of the photos are taken in “adorable puppy mode.” “Psycho-puppy mode” occurs at speeds faster than light and are not photographable.
The puppy has not yet been allowed to sleep with us. I stress the “yet.” My wife tells me that when that happens she will find me a good home through the Curmudgeon Rescue Centers of America.
That is one adorable pooch indeed! What a cutie! But if he started humping my leg for attention, that would rate a few demerits.
Thanks. Fortunately, our puppy only humps one of her toys (which is both hilarious and somewhat disturbing).
That sounds like entertaining humping.
She is a cutie! I remember when my pup had his ftl “pscyho-pup” moments! I couldn’t help laughing (which doesn’t help with discipline) but he has grown up to be a great dog!
Some psycho-puppy moments are hilarious. Our puppy is fun (and spoiled).
Oh my. Such cute cuteness and adorable adorableness! 🙂
Yes, and the puppy is also cute and adorable.
Uh-oh. I hope the Curmudgeon Rescue Centers of America have some good homes available, ’cause at that level of cuteness your nights in your own bed are numbered.
I am in the dog house and the dog is in my house.
I think I know someone who’d like to be friends –
It would appear so.
Aw… definitely adorable!
Why, thank you. I think that my puppy also looks adorable.
That “Adorable Puppy Mode” setting works very well on your camera.
If only that setting would work on psycho-puppy.
You need a fast lens, maybe with a flash, or very strong lighting. A high f-stop of about 3.5 may help, along with a high ISO setting of perhaps 1600, to get that shutter speed up to about 1,000 fps.
What I really need is an anti-psycho puppy device …and a strong drink.
A rolled-up newspaper could be effective, except that after a strong drink your aim may be off.
I can’t imagine this dog being psycho! … Photos a treat!
The photos are good because my wife took them.
You better watch out–he’s so adorable he might wipe some of that grumpiness right out of you!
Psycho-puppy mode keeps me grumpy.
Puppies are so adorable when they belong to someone else! (I say that as a confirmed dog lover and mother of a 14 month only occasional psycho dog.)
Yes, both pets and boats are easy to care for when they belong to someone else.
Adorable! I don’t know…sharing cute puppy pics doesn’t sound very curmudgeon-ly…may undermine your curmudgeon status 🙂
Very true. I will claim a momentary lapse in judgment.
Yours looks like the daughter of our Yorkie, so much in fact that I had to go to his room (yes, he has a room) and make sure Winston was still here!
What you need to do is get yours a room of her own and then (perhaps) you can stay. Stay! Stay! 😀
Our Yorkie already has her own room – it’s called our house.
Awww, so cute!!!
Cute and spoiled.