Collection by Sandy Bourque Blanchard

Sandy Bourque Blanchard
all you need is love & a dog And make everyone jealous with how perfect you are. I love dogs! Weimaraner, Baby Dogs, Pet Dogs, Dog Cat, Pet Pet, Animals And Pets, Funny Animals, Cute Animals, Baby Animals


December 2007 Beamsville Niagara Hike Ludwig Leopold backseat MINI Cooper Adelgrau Stonegate sleeping

 Beach dogs and a German shepherd to boot! Cute Puppies, Cute Dogs, Dogs And Puppies, Doggies, Beautiful Dogs, Animals Beautiful, Funny Animals, Cute Animals, German Shepherd Puppies

don't call me betty

i simply like pictures from all sorts of things.the pictures i blog here are not mine. i found them here on tumblr or all over the internet. if you see your picture here and it is not linked to you or you want to be credited, please contact me =)>

DIY Dog Paw Balm Soothing Recipe Cracked Dry Dog Paws Lickable Balm Recipe – Remember, our dogs are domesticated. They are charming little beasts but to be honest, they are soft. They are not wolves and many of them are… Continue Reading → Homemade Dog Treats, Pet Treats, Soft Dog Treats, Frozen Dog Treats, Natural Dog Treats, Dog Treat Recipes, Dog Food Recipes, Dog Biscuit Recipes, Dry Dog Paws

DIY Dog Paw Balm Soothing Recipe | SHTFPreparedness

A great DIY dog paw balm recipe is essential to help prepare your dog for a survival situation and just to pamper your four-legged friends today.

Animal paintings inspired by the "Blue Dog" artist George Rodrigue Blue Dog Art, Blue Art, Blue Dog Painting, Buffalo Painting, Dog Day Afternoon, Louisiana Art, Dog Artist, Dog Cafe, School Art Projects

Blue Dog and George Rodrigue

George Rodrigue (b. 1944) was born and raised in New Iberia, Louisiana (Heart of the Cajun Country). During the mid 1960s, Rodrigue attended the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. During this time, Pop and Abstract Art dominated and it was an exciting time for young artists. Rodrigue returned to Louisiana and started his artistic career as a Cajun Artist. He used the oak tree as his main subject matter and later incorporated Cajun people and traditions. The Blue Dog It was a myth…