![0_1563479552107_E9FD50AF-5761-430A-ACF2-38F4788D87B3.jpeg](Uploading 9%) ![0_1563479503421_FD776444-6A6C-4128-923F-C26D771674FE.jpeg](Uploading 7%) We were on vacation in Moab UT in June when a breeder we had been corresponding with for a couple months called and said she had a 7 month old available. We were heading to southern Arizona but made a left turn instead and drove to North Carolina to meet Teki. We fell in love and took her home to Wisconsin but first spending another week camping along the way. She’s an excellent traveler and loves camping. We couldn’t have asked for a cuddly, mischievous, funny and independent sweetheart!!
Not sure why people have so much trouble. Just make the image a small size, do the normal <browse file> then upload.
Most iPhone and camera images have file sizes around 3000px. You need to go into your photo software (Adobe, Affinity, etc) and reduce the file size to around 200px or 300px at most. I post mine at about 200px.
The left hand box reads the upload in html code but the actual post will show the correct image. Remember, keep the file size small.
Please do this Chenke so that we can see your adorable pooch, Teki.
The "cheap & dirty" method that should work is to email the picture to yourself. Generally when you send a picture it gives you a choice of size. Small may be too small, but medium will likely fit the bill. Then save it from the email and you should be able to upload it. There are other ways, but that's likely the easiest.
We were ... in Moab UT ... heading to southern Arizona but made a left turn ... and drove to North Carolina
Left, hard left! LOL
OMGosh! That's one heck of a commute for the little one! It's obvious you'll go to the ends of the earth for her!
@chenke - Interesting that they used staples, typically these days it is glued or dissolvable? I never really restricted movement after the first two days or so. If you don't use pain medication and let them feel the paid if doing too much, they will limit themselves.