Wednesday Image Search – Dog – II

Welcome to another Wednesday Image Search where I pick a string of letters or a word and share some of the images I find in an image search of the blog.

This week I decided to search for ‘dog’. I have searched for dog before but I am watching The American Rescue Dog Show tonight and decided to do another round.

What images will I find?

Kangal Dog, Guardian Dog, Turkey, Anatolian ShepherdWith the first image we have a Kangal from Turkey. This dog was helping take care of sheep. It is also known as the Anatolian Shepherd.

Panting Dog, Hot Day, Barnyard Dog, Orchard Dog, 100 degree dayFor our second image we have a barnyard dog. I really miss this dog, but also like the next dog my friends have.

Dog, welcome, orchard dog, barnyard dogThis is their next dog.

Walking Dogs, Dog Walker, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Walking a dozen dogsHere is a dog walker in Argentina. Could you imagine walking so many at one time?

dog, student, course, England

Finally, we have a dog that attended my class one day. I was in England and one of my students needed to bring his dog to class. He and his wife were camping near the office and she needed to go visit her local company office one day. Luckily, the class was in a remote building and he could bring the dog to class.

I had a lot of interesting dog pictures to choose from.

Which is your favorite of these ‘dog’ pictures?

What should I search for next?

Steven

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1 Response to Wednesday Image Search – Dog – II

  1. Sinclair says:

    The last one, remember the class well.

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