My Dogs Obama poses

Not to be political in anyway but I could not help but to spoof the Obama pose I observed basenji's seem to feature - Post any if you have them - you know that proud look to the sky pose?

NO POLITICAL COMMENTS PLEASE!!!

Hee, heeโ€ฆ.LOVE it!

too cute!

I don't have my favorite Mojo pose handy, but here's one of baby Roxie. ๐Ÿ™‚

Ooh.. I love those proud looks!!
Here some pics of Tillo!

The second picture is wonderful. Great looking dog. A basenji has that "pride" look down.

Funny how expressive their faces can be. You look at their pictures and can really see how they feel that moment.

oooohโ€ฆ..I think Tillo might be the master of the proud look ๐Ÿ˜‰

Haha! Adorable!

Here's Shango's "Obama pose"

took the image in photo shop then illustrator

Ahahaha awesome!

LOVE that!!!

@ Barklessdog: especially the first is awesome!!!

Here another pic of Tillo:

Edit: And another one ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Awesommmmmeeee I love the BARKLESS one, it's perfect!!!:D

HERE ARE MAVERICK'S " LOOK AT ME" POSES!!!


Here's Bella's Obama pose:
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I heard yesterday on the news that the dog of choice for the president's family was the Portugese water dog. Then the newslady said she had the 'perfect' dog for them - a ****apoo - go figure


:D:D:D

Last pic is my favorite Obama poseโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ†’

Here are Dallas'

Thank you for letting me join your community. We are one of the lucky ones, because of Corky. April of 1998 we had two wonderful Rottweiler friends, Helga & Hagar. Helga (12 years old) layed down in her favorite spot in the backyard and just went to sleep. One week after Helga passed Hagar was diagnosed with cancer and had to be put down. As you can imagine we were pretty upset. We waited one month, could not wait any longer. I wanted something different, so I call the animal shelter that was closest to us and was told they had a young female Basenji that had been found and not claimed. She was going up for adoption that same day. I asked them to hold her for me, I drove the 80 miles to pick her up. She was about 8 months old, had kennel cough, was lethargic and my husband wondered what did I bring home. Well, I have to say that was the best 80 miles I ever drove and my husband agrees with me. She is a great friend and a true arrogant Basenji.
We now have Corky and her little sister Zoe (Chi-Weiner)
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@JanMoore44:

Thank you for letting me join your community. We are one of the lucky ones, because of Corky. April of 1998 we had two wonderful Rottweiler friends, Helga & Hagar. Helga (12 years old) layed down in her favorite spot in the backyard and just went to sleep. One week after Helga passed Hagar was diagnosed with cancer and had to be put down. As you can imagine we were pretty upset. We waited one month, could not wait any longer. I wanted something different, so I call the animal shelter that was closest to us and was told they had a young female Basenji that had been found and not claimed. She was going up for adoption that same day. I asked them to hold her for me, I drove the 80 miles to pick her up. She was about 8 months old, had kennel cough, was lethargic and my husband wondered what did I bring home. Well, I have to say that was the best 80 miles I ever drove and my husband agrees with me. She is a great friend and a true arrogant Basenji.
We now have Corky and her little sister Zoe (Chi-Weiner)

Welcome to the forum!
Corky is beautiful! ๐Ÿ™‚

You can also introduce yourself under "Member introductions". I think there are a lot of members who want to read your story, look at the pic and say hi!

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