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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Puppy Gone?

HELP! My blog lost its face! Blotanical doesn't show my little pup anymore.

What happened to my little innocent baby?!
He was just here, welcoming all the gardeners to my blog.

We never left him alone:

If you see him, send him my way, please. You should recognize him right away. You can't miss such ears, can you?!

I believed he was under a good supervision...

Could he be lost in a garden?

Ahhh... I just remembered... Was it a mistake to put him in my Winter Garden Dining post under the name Hot Dog( )?....

Stuart, find my puppy, please!!!


  1. Aww! I'm a sucker for a puppy shot. What a cutie--both as a pup, and full-grown. Reminds me of my previous shepherd, whom the breeder had nicknamed "Ears" because his were so big! Miss those puppy days. Hope your photo shows up and that he WASN'T a victim of the "hot dog" theory! :)

  2. Hi Tatyana - Not sure what's up, but I can see him just fine, sniffing the poppies in your first header pic. Are you heading our way for SAGBUTT tomorrow? Hope to meet you if so! Cheers and happy spring - Karen

  3. I'm not sure what you mean but I see your banner with your puppy sniffing the poppies. Maybe I'm dense and missing something. My wireless connection is acting weird lately which confuses the wires in my head. :)

  4. Thank you everyone!
    Grace, Karen - yes, he is on the blog itself, the header picture, but look at my blog's icon on Blotanical - it's just a black square, there is no pup!

  5. СветланаMarch 21, 2009

    Таня, что-то действительно происходило с твоим блогом. Например, твое интервью я читала практически в момент написания, зайдя со своего блога, а потом 19.03.09 оно появилось вместе с "Интерьерами" в моей электронной почте, но не открывалось: "Указанная вами страница не найдена".

  6. Oh Tatyana- He is the cutest puppy ever. His ears are the best. Thanks for letting us check him out!

  7. Tatyana,

    What a cute puppy! Those huge ears touch, unusual for a German Shepard.

  8. He is so cute, I am sure that I see him on your blog. Blotanical seems to be going through a few glitches lately, I am sure he will turn up.


  9. What a beautiful shepherd. So far I count three of us garden bloggers with GSD. Diva got a post last week. Maybe next week will be Abby's turn. She just hates to have her picture taken.

  10. Hi Tatyana, Your pic is black on the main one (where you're #11) but when I open it up he's there in living color! I think he's just funnin' with ya cause you called him a hot dog!

  11. HI!
    He's a beautiful puppy and dog! Thanks for stopping by my place. Have a great day!!


  12. Oh, he is such a cutie. I'm lost:)


  13. I looked up in my garden and he isn't there! :))

  14. I love that picture you have of him in the header photo, the one with the poppies. So cute!

  15. Hi Tatyana,

    Love the pictures!

    I can see that we are sharing the same loves: gardening and dogs( I do own a Fox Terrier.


  16. He's got a ways to go to grow into those ears! Tee hee hee! And the one sporting the shades is just too cool for words. Our Diva Dog loves the snow--but isn't quite as fond of the rain, which is tough for a GSD living in the PNW.


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