Woof! Woof! I know I can relate ... You always wish your pawparents stay home all the time. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Awwww! I hope you don't look back; you'd never leave!
What a face. It's saying "Don't go!" Maybe a Busy bone filled with yummies will help?Hope you can join us at the Super Dog Sunday Blog Hop with another cute pic http://www.allthingsdogblog.com/2011/01/why-join-in-super-dog-sunday-blog-hop.html
He's got a dad and three cats to keep him busy while I'm gone. He just hates it when one of the pack gets to ride in the car without him.
Hi Y'all!I know that look! I make my Humans bribe me to stay home and let them go in the car without me! Then I sleep 'til they come home and it seems like they're back in a snore. Y'all come by now,Hawk aka BrownDog
Why do humans have to leave all the time? :( Our Mama leaves to go to school and sometimes work, and we get that same sad look on our faces.
...and you LEAVE?? ;)What a heart-breaker!
I can't speak for the other humans, but leaving the house is how I'm able to put food on the floor. Darby always appreciates that part.
Those eyes are hard to resist!
And hopefully what you see when you return home! That part is always the best. :-)Dogs know how to get straight to the human heart, don't they? Clever beasts.By the way, you have a gorgeous door.
Oh no! I feel guilty just looking at the photo! Such a sweet face ... I'd love to see a "Welcome Home!" shot in the future!-Chandra at Daley's Dog Years
Awwwwwwwwwwwww this just rips my heart out!!!! :(
Found you on the hop.. we are new followers
OMG. They really know how to make you feel bad, don't they? My cats do the same thing to me every day! :)
awww soo cute!
And I'll bet, also the first thing you see when you get back. It's so sad that our pets often act like you're never coming back.
Chandra, I'll try to get a "come home" photo, but he's usually flying up and down the hallway barking and flipping circles.If I didn't know that he's spending his days hassling the cats and eating treats I'd feel worse about leaving him, but trust me...he's not suffering :)
I always get the feeling that my dogs look sad, but are sort of happy that now they can get on with their day. Which probably means napping.
And I bet it's the first thing you see when you come home. Terrific photo :)
What a heartbreaker!
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