September 05, 2018

Wordless Wednesday - Doga Edition



easyweimaraner said...

nous devons tout ranger aussi ... nous réfléchissons si nous pouvons peut-être avoir des crochets au plafond pour suspendre certaines chosest looks very relaxing... do you have to say magic spells like ommmm or awbra cawdawbra?

Matilda the Boxer said...

Oooh, that's a difficult pose! You're a very advanced dogi.

Lin said...

Oh gees...that is hilarious. I like your style, Scooter!

C.L.W.STEP said...

That's exactly how I sleep! Sweet dreams!

My Mind's Eye said...

OMCs Scooter is your undercarriage hot?
Darlin' boy you are so funny
Hugs madi your bfff

The Ladies of Beaglebratz Manor said...

Hey there Scooter - sumhow we Beagle Ladiez missed your arrival in Blogville - WELCOME! What a cutie-patootie u r.
We sumtimez roll around on our bakz butt neither of us sleep on our bakz much - u r talented.
Lady Shasta'n Miss Maizie

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

One of the most comfortable poses every and one of our favorites!!!

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Yamini MacLean said...

hari om
YAM-aunty xxx

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

Bwahaahaa! That's a great way to sleep....and get cool air to your undercarriage.

KB said...

Welcome, Scooter!

Kinley Westie said...

Ya definitely look like you're quieted there!

Ruby said...

NICE! I sleeps like that sometimes too! Very comfy, and the belly gets aired out! BOL
Ruby ♥

Idaho PugRanch said...

You are a Doga Master!!

Hazel & Mabel

Pam and Teddy said...

Scooter you and I both have that as our "favorite position".....the ultimate downward dog position (or in my case...downward cat!!).

Hugs, Teddy

Millie and Walter said...

You look very relaxed Scooter and are very limber.

Sweet William The Scot said...

You're showing your privates ahhh you might want to cover that up or else someone might slap censored over you.
Your friend
Sweet William The Scot

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