Here is Sadie modeling her favorite Spring collar. I’ve found it very difficult to take pictures of Sadie focusing on the collar she is wearing. Either I can get a good photo of the collar, but not Sadie’s face, or if I focus on Sadie’s face, the collar gets obscured by her fur. And Sadie isn’t even that fluffy of a dog – I can’t imagine trying to get a picture of one of the really fluffy dog breeds wearing a collar!
If you’re thinking about planting a garden or just planting a few flowers to make your home look nice, you need to consider which flowers are safe for your furry family members. There are many flowering plants that are toxic or cause health issues for pets (See my list of flowers toxic to pets here). It would be best to keep your pets from eating any plants in general, as you never know what your pets will react to. But sometimes dogs will be dogs and insist on eating things they are not supposed to. So it’s best to make sure that the flowers in and around your home are the safest types for your pets. That’s why I’ve complied this list of the safest flowers to have around your pets.
Gerber Daisy (Sadie is posing with some pretty pink Gerber Daisies in these photos)
I used an ice digital effect to create these two pieces. I love how smooth the lines are, like flowing water. I’m really enjoying participating in the Caturday art blog hop and getting the chance to be more creative on this blog.
This post is part of the Caturday Art blog hop hosted by Athena Cat Goddess.