Hunter and I have many ways we relax together, but snuggling in the evenings when I get home from the rink is one of our favorites. “Bedtime,” as my husband and I tell him, is dog for grab-my-bone-and-beat-Daddy-to-his-side-of-the-bed. If he makes it there first, we can count on finding Hunter curled up in “his spot” with his head on a pillow, just like a person.
One particular evening, however, was a little different. Someone had stolen my side! With one paw on the remote control and the other on his elk antler, Hunter gave me a look as if to say, “What, Mom? Do not disturb.” Alright, dog…you want to play that game? It’s on, baby!
Now, as I was trying to come up with a vision for this week’s Pet Photography Project 52 theme, I did a Google search for images of dogs relaxing. Some of my favorites: dogs in robes, dogs wearing a sleep mask , dogs curled up to alarm clocks, and dogs passed out on couches with TV remotes. Well, bingo! (I swear, he makes this too easy sometimes.)
Here’s to hoping the remaining two weeks of the year leave you feeling as relaxed as Hunter!
The Pet Photography Project 52 posts are part of a blog circle. To see what the next pawesome pet photographer is sharing for the weekly theme, “Relaxing,” start with Tara Sutherland | Boutique Pet Photography in New Zealand. Continue to click the link at the end of each post in the blog circle and you’ll eventually find your way back here.
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