My favourite is the one where your dog buried their head in the snow
Sorry its a lot of pictures but those are some of my favorites. He was a major goofball that had an endless supply of slobber. He absolutely loved cuddles on the couch and his little teddy bear. It was one chew toy that he never ripped a part but that he always brought with him. He was loud and loved to howl just as much as any other hound dog. He could be quite stubborn at times and he knew when he was misbehaving. He’d sit there and give you a certain look as if to say no, I don’t wanna do what you say. He was a good hunting dog and loved going out to the woods with my dad.
Hes such a weirdo like that. When we first got him I was wondering how he would feel about winter but he enjoyed and loved playing in the snow. He even figured out how to play catch with snowballs. Although he could never bring them back as they would break when he picked them up. The first time it happened he gave us a very very confused look.
What a character. Dogs usually are.
I’m glad you’ve got beautiful memories like this to treasure and I’m sure he really appreciated you.
I’m so sorry for the loss of your dog.
He was clearly loved and had a good life.
He’s probably chillin’ at the rainbow bridge with my childhood tux cat!
I wish pets lived longer. Smokette is literally irreplaceable
What beautiful photos! My favourites the one where hes looking out on the pier and the one with the sun in his face! He was so lucky to have you and you him. I recently just lost my own dog charlie so i know what its like, they become a part of the family. Just from looking at these photos i already love your dog
I love the one on the grass as well, you both look so happy in it
@NeoPolitan02 Your dog looks so happy and content in those photos.
What a beautiful pup!!
I’m so sorry for your loss. I don’t care what anyone says, animals definitely have souls.
I can tell from your pics that he lived a wonderful life. I’m sorry for your loss, he looked like a super chill and a wonderful dog.
Rest in Peace, Charlie.
What a beautiful dog!!
I can almost hear a classic hound bark from the picture where he is mid bark.