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You can find a Christmas picture of Tillo when clicking on this link:

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1636745012276&set=a.1620748212366.82512.1646263442

Would you please click 'like' for us? We can win a photoshoot if we're in the top 3!!

Thank you very much!

Ps. This is my sis and her pup, you can vote on her too if you like πŸ˜‰
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1636745012276&set=a.1620748212366.82512.1646263442#!/photo.php?fbid=1636747652342&set=a.1620748212366.82512.1646263442

Ok.. I just heard the links don't work.. This is my link to FB: www.facebook.com/jannekedegraaf The link to the picture is on my wall πŸ™‚

I clicked first one and it worked for me, I clicked LIKE.

Well OF COURSE I am going to vote for Tillo πŸ™‚ - just did. That is a very handsome picture of him. Tillo is going to be Kipawa's 'overseas' mentor.

@Kipawa:

Well OF COURSE I am going to vote for Tillo πŸ™‚ - just did. That is a very handsome picture of him. Tillo is going to be Kipawa's 'overseas' mentor.

Thank you! Love the 'mentor' part πŸ˜ƒ

Buddy clicked "like" for both!

@Janneke:

Ok.. I just heard the links don't work..

The links work just fine IF you have a Facebook account and are signed in. If you don't have a Facebook account, you won't be able to get to the page(s).

Have clicked both

Great photos and good luck!

Both links worked for us, and we clicked like !!

You guys are the best!! We're standing third at the moment, so please keep 'liking' πŸ˜‰

Of course I clicked "Like" - Tillo's picture is elegant!

@Janneke:

You guys are the best!! We're standing third at the moment, so please keep 'liking' πŸ˜‰

Can we 'like' more than once?

I'll post a link on my Facebook page to get my friends/family to vote for Tillo.

Now, if everyone here who has a Facebook account posts the link on their page, asking their friends to vote for Tillo…. πŸ™‚

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Liked!
Tillo is so naturally photogenic.

@curlytails:

Tillo is so naturally photogenic.

Interesting comment. I believe some animals enjoy having their pictures taken. My beloved Barney was like that - I would put an assortment of cut garden flowers in front of him, and he would stand there for around 15 minutes, until I got all the angles and shots I wanted. In his head, I could almost hear "oh here comes Mom with her camera again". My sister's chow comes running when she says "photo op" (opportunity). She right away turns and faces the camera and provides the most lovely expressions.

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@Kipawa:

Interesting comment. I believe some animals enjoy having their pictures taken.

I think so, too. Or it's getting the animal used to the camera?

Bowdu's had a camera shoved in his face since the first day we got him. πŸ™‚ It's easy to take nice pictures of him. Bowpi is a little more difficult… part of it is her personality. She's more "submissive" so she avoids looking straight at me or anyone, and never holds her gaze. She's also very twitchy. Even when I don't think she's moving that much, pictures of her tend to be blurry. I never use flash with my little digital camera -- I think pictures come out a little better that way. But Bowpi's one reason I've been pining for a fancier camera, so I can capture finer movements.

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