The GBGV breed is known to be short and long, but just how long is a GBGV anyway? I am pretty long myself, but remember, Bailie has longer legs than I do. At BlogPaws, Bailie really made a splash. She was not shy at all and also realized most people found her to be super cute. Attention was at every turn for my new PR dog, but on occasion, like during a session, people were paying attention to a speaker rather than to Bailie. This did not sit well with Bailie. She managed to remain quiet, but she silently did amusing tricks to get the attention of humans sitting nearby.
This photo was taken on Saturday morning while HABRI (Human Animal Bond Research Initiative) was speaking. The session was over an hour long and way past Bailie’s attention span limits. Bailie was desperate to get the woman’s attention that was sitting about seven chairs down from us. She started by sitting next to Mom on a chair and then slowly lowered herself, started stretching, and stretching, and finally managed to get the woman’s attention when she was fully stretched out. Of course, after the session, the woman had to pet Bailie and tell us what an adorable pup she is…made my stomach turn…puppies!
So how long is that dog? About three chairs long!
I’m joining in the Sepia Saturday Blog Hop sponsored by my pal Ruckus the Eskie. If you have a sepia related photo,(doesn’t just have to be photos of pets), grab the badge and join in the fun!