• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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30 March 2007

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Woolly dog and that tongue! Happy Birthday, peeing on the vet, sounds like a great day indeed.

aahh happy birthday Chet...what a sweetie!!!!

holy cats, chet, happy day! my boy has been like a piece of velcro since i've been back from vacation...i hope you're always so relaxed...

What would we do without our beloved pets??

Here's to Chet!

Aww, a very happy birthday to Chet! (He is a pretty cute little fellow:)

I'm glad you found your camera, and what an adorable dog! Happy birthday Chet!

Buon compleanno Chet!

ahhh.. he needs to be smashed- in a good way with lots of kisses!

woof..rrrrr...wooof. Happy birthday Chet........ in our opinion, life begins at 14.
Are you waiting for the priest to place the communion wafer on your tongue?

Many inquisitive sniffs,

From your age cohorts, Tom and Millie (whippets born Sydney 27.11.93).

happy birthday chet! what a cute photo :)

Happy Birthday Chet. He is looking good from here.

What a sweetie! The tongue tip is so cute. I hope I look that good when I am his age. The photo session is so funny. We have to make noise or stomp our feet as we near our elder dog or he wakes in such a startled state that he could give himself a heart attack. Yep, Chet has the look of Gueezer-tude. So deep in sleep. Puppy dreams. ZZZzzzz!

Oh he's just adorable! Bodily functions and all!

Chet is 14? Geez, I thought he was just a puppy--he looks so young and innocent. And, you know, lazy. I guess that should have been a tip-off...

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