Post by Cockapoo Crazy on Aug 8, 2012 22:28:50 GMT -5
Post your absolute favorite photo of your Cockapoo here for the world to see!
1) You can only choose ONE photo. Extras will be removed! 2) Click "Reply" to post. Name the post after your dog. 2) Post your absolute favorite photo of your Cockapoo here for the world to see, and tell us why it is your favorite! 3) Use the attachment feature when you post. It's the button that says "Choose File." 4) Maximum image size 1024 kb, else it won't come through. Try to shrink it down in a photo editing program if it's too big.
I have probably close to 100 more pics of Cooper, but this is one is my all time favorite. I have a FB album for him that is not set to private so anyone who wants can view it. He was getting ready to go outside & I was able to get this picture. He has both the need to please & the need to push every button Mommy & Daddy have. But no matter what we love him. He is already 6 months old and I don't see him outgrowing his puppy face for a long time.
This is Sadie that was sold to Carolyn from Bryan Tx. I love this picture because it shows how lovely the bluebonnets in Texas are and because is shows how beautiful Sadie is. I love raising Cockapoos because they are the most awesome dogs ever. For 15 years I have had the privilege of bringing happiness to others with my babies. I am so pleased to belong to a forum that promotes the health and well being of Cockapoos.
I love this photo of Maggie. We were on the way home after picking her up and we stopped to give her a potty break. I don't think she had ever experienced grass before. This is an image of absolute joy! You go girl!
This is our Bud Foster. He was 1 year old this past July 4th. He came from a rescue group when he was just 12 weeks old. He is very comical and is the 'mayor' of our neighborhood. People stop their cars to hug Bud.
This is my boy Button when he was 10 weeks old. I love this picture because we had only had him a couple of weeks and he had just dragged this pillow down the hall and into the kitchen in order to rest his weary head on it while I cooked dinner. He is just over two now and still full of cuteness and mischief.