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Dogpaw, Doglove, Dogsofinstagram
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Αγγίζω σου. | | | | | #dogpaw #doglove #dogsofinstagram
Amagansett, Petfriendly, Petfriendlyhotel
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📸: @hushanddotti One of our favorite guests, Tetley 🐾, taking a spin on a beach cruiser #amagansett #petfriendly #petfriendlyhotel #hamptons #hamptonsdog #gansettgreenmanor #dogsofinstagram #dogs #yorkies #yorkiesofinstagram
Dailyart, Illustration, Illustrator
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- 這隻小狗叫做芳芳(叫慌慌也會理人 他是一隻又懶又開心的小狗 跟我很合得來😅 不小心把芳芳的臉畫大了 不過我也有幫他把屁股和大腿稍微畫瘦一點 芳芳一定不會在意的😂😂 Ps.左滑最後有芳芳本狗的影片喔!看了會保證療癒🥳 . . . #dailyart #illustration #illustrator #dog #dogsofinstagram #cute #watercolor #watercolorpaint #sketch #scketchbook #插畫 #插圖 #水彩 #小狗 #小黃狗 #寵物 #강아지 #그림 #그림스타그램
Lucifer_presacanario, Mamasboy, Dogsofinstagram
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I can taste... 🤤 I think mama cooking something good..(I only get one piece of chicken 🙁) #lucifer_presacanario #mamasboy #dogsofinstagram #dogstagram #kanariandoggi #presacanario #presapuppy #puppy #puppiesofinstagram #elämääkoirienkanssa
Romeothebeagle, Beagle, Beaglesofinstagram
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Hope everyone is as relaxed as Romeo this Monday! Have a wonderful week friends. 💋 #romeothebeagle #beagle #beaglesofinstagram #lemonbeagle #dogsofinstagram #dogs #mansbestfriend #ilovehalloween #comfy #halloweendecor #sleepydog #mondays
Nocturnalproblems, Wakeup, Dogsofinstagram
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Sick of waiting for Coopoo to wake up. He’s always asleep 🤬#nocturnalproblems #wakeup #dogsofinstagram
Maternityleavelife
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Monday again? Oh wait, mommy has started her mat leave which means she’s be staying home with me! Yay 😝 #maternityleavelife
Pets, PetPodMemorials, LoveForPets
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"Animals are sentient, intelligent, perceptive, funny and entertaining. We owe them a duty of care as we do to children." - Michael Morpurgo #Pets #PetPodMemorials #LoveForPets
That smile when you thrift a new jacket that you absolutely love and on top of that YOU’RE HOLDING A PUPPY!! 🐶 🌞
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That smile when you thrift a new jacket that you absolutely love and on top of that YOU’RE HOLDING A PUPPY!! 🐶 🌞
Dogsofinstagram, Bostonterrier, Grass
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Today I got to go outside for the first time! I tried this grass stuff which tasted very yummy. I loved every minute! #dogsofinstagram #bostonterrier #grass #puppiesofinstagram
Buns, Bobs, and Burgers. Couldn't ask for a better Monday morning setting here at our offices.
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Buns, Bobs, and Burgers. Couldn't ask for a better Monday morning setting here at our offices.
Carrabbahaus, Rottweilers
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🚨 4 month old show quality male available 🚨 Email: danielle@carrabbahaus.com 🐾 #carrabbahaus #rottweilers
Halloweenweek, Thebigcitywoof
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Join us for a night of HOWL-O-WEEN 🧛🏽‍♂️ fun with @andreaardendogtraining on Sunday, 10/20 (pop in anytime between 5:15-7pm) 🧡🎃👻 All pups 🐶 & hoomans are welcome (this is a FREE event!) We hope you break out the furry costumes & strike a pose in front of our Spooktacular 📸 areas 🧟‍♂️ Snag some #Halloweenweek pics for the gram, learn some tricks, and get some treats! We hope to see you there! Tag a friend who you want to go with you! 🧟‍♀️ #thebigcitywoof
Staff, Stafford, Staffordshire
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- Balade - Aujourd'hui nous avons retrouvée nos très chères amies @happy_bulldog_americaine ainsi que sa maman Julie ! Une très bonne présentation pour cette 3eme rencontre, une balade super chouette malgré le vent et bien entendu des moments très agréable en votre compagnie ! J'espère à très vite. 😘 Point véto de ce matin : Des chiens de partout dans la salle d'attente à 2m max de Narko, un bébé qui chouinait beaucoup mais très calme à la fois ! Il ne tirait pas et s'est géré comme un chef, je suis fière de lui. 🐾 Bonne soirée à tous ! _____________________________________________ #staff #stafford #staffordshire #staffs #staffstyle #stafflovers #stafflove #stafflife #amstaff #amstafflove #amstaffsworld #amstafflife #amstaffs #amstaffsofinstagram #dog #dogsofinstagram #dogs #dogstagram #instadog #dogstyle #dogsmile #mydog #mylovedog #mybabyboy #boy #race #loveyou #americanstaffordshireterriers #categories #terriers
It’s Monday, and the sun is still shining here in San Diego. Only fall vibes we have are decorative pumpkins.
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It’s Monday, and the sun is still shining here in San Diego. Only fall vibes we have are decorative pumpkins.
Bandanas and muddy paws 🐾
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Bandanas and muddy paws 🐾
throwback to last year’s Halloween 🎃 👻
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throwback to last year’s Halloween 🎃 👻
What a morning for a walk. We took the dogs for a walk on our hill with a book about the area’s mining history to learn about our landscape’s industrial past and to see what evidence we could find of it. We set off from Wilderswood and headed up the mast road where we had wonderful views over Barrow Bridge, Manchester and the Peak District. We saw remnants of the kilns and an old tramway at Hole Bottom, the site of Winter Hill brick and tile works, which I’ve run past many times but never really noticed. Hard to believe five cottages and a pub used to stand up here on the moorland, more infamously known as Five Houses, the place where George Henderson, the Scotsman, died after being ‘barbarously murdered’ in 1858. Near here we saw the remains of an open cast mine, and fenced off is the former entrance to the Wildersmoor Great Mine which used to be covered with a grassy trapdoor. There is plenty of evidence of mining in the valleys below the Pike and the fields below Pike Cottage are uneven due to a network of collapsed tunnels. We found one! The entrance to Wildersmoor Colliery via what used to be Klondyke Tunnel is clearly visible - have run past here so many times without realising what was beneath my feet! There is a mound in the same field that is believed to be waste from the nearby pipe works. There is a small brick structure in the side where gelignite was stored, and the entrance to Old Little Mine is nearby. Inside this mine is a valve to operate the flow from a pond nearby which feeds a pond lower down which used to serve the boilers for the old pipe works. We passed the ruins of the old bleachworks hidden in the woods and the old entrance to Brownlow’s tunnel on dark lane. Such fascinating history. Wilderswood itself is a very young plantation, planted after Rockhaven ‘castle’ which used to sit on the site was demolished in 1942. Incredible to think I have all this beautiful landscape to enjoy now yet a few short years ago it was very industrialised and would have looked very different indeed. Who fancies a running tour of our local mining history?
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What a morning for a walk. We took the dogs for a walk on our hill with a book about the area’s mining history to learn about our landscape’s industrial past and to see what evidence we could find of it. We set off from Wilderswood and headed up the mast road where we had wonderful views over Barrow Bridge, Manchester and the Peak District. We saw remnants of the kilns and an old tramway at Hole Bottom, the site of Winter Hill brick and tile works, which I’ve run past many times but never really noticed. Hard to believe five cottages and a pub used to stand up here on the moorland, more infamously known as Five Houses, the place where George Henderson, the Scotsman, died after being ‘barbarously murdered’ in 1858. Near here we saw the remains of an open cast mine, and fenced off is the former entrance to the Wildersmoor Great Mine which used to be covered with a grassy trapdoor. There is plenty of evidence of mining in the valleys below the Pike and the fields below Pike Cottage are uneven due to a network of collapsed tunnels. We found one! The entrance to Wildersmoor Colliery via what used to be Klondyke Tunnel is clearly visible - have run past here so many times without realising what was beneath my feet! There is a mound in the same field that is believed to be waste from the nearby pipe works. There is a small brick structure in the side where gelignite was stored, and the entrance to Old Little Mine is nearby. Inside this mine is a valve to operate the flow from a pond nearby which feeds a pond lower down which used to serve the boilers for the old pipe works. We passed the ruins of the old bleachworks hidden in the woods and the old entrance to Brownlow’s tunnel on dark lane. Such fascinating history. Wilderswood itself is a very young plantation, planted after Rockhaven ‘castle’ which used to sit on the site was demolished in 1942. Incredible to think I have all this beautiful landscape to enjoy now yet a few short years ago it was very industrialised and would have looked very different indeed. Who fancies a running tour of our local mining history?
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