Pet Parade #15 3-7-23

Love this!
Here’s another chuckle for the day!

Time for some Gonzaga basketball!

13 thoughts on “Pet Parade #15 3-7-23

  1. Sandy

    Hi Mary, more wonderful photos! Really enjoyed all of them. We have the school gala on Friday, so the girls are excited, face painting and ice-cream are top of the list, just hoping for fine weather now. Take care everyone, best wishes from Sandy

  2. Chris in NW PA

    Mary, the Pet Parades have been wonderful!! Thank you for taking the time to
    post all the pictures. The quilts have been beautiful and very much enjoyed.
    I really enjoy your blog and the reader comments. Please know that what
    you do is greatly appreciated.

    1. Teresa from Port Coquitlam, BC

      Well said Chris, I feel the same and am sure many more do as well.

    2. Mary Etherington Post author

      Chris – thanks so much. I’ve really enjoyed getting to know so many of you!

  3. Linda

    Yes, Go Gonzaga! (I grew up in Spokane) so had to reply to the end of your pet parade.
    Love your blog!

  4. Alice

    Love the pet parade & it warms my heart to see so many loved fur babies! Also love the wedding picture!! So glad that Rick’s ankle is finally healed, but sorry he’s experiencing AFib. Would he be a candidate for the “Watchman” stint? My friend is having this procedure very soon. His AFib was discovered after he had Covid. Thanks for taking the time to write the blog, we all love it!!

  5. Sue in Oregon

    The pet parade photos are wonderful again. But, Gang Violence is hilarious. Is that from a reader or did you find it online? So funny. Also laughed at the dog in the wedding shot. Great one!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Sue – a reader sent me the gang violence photo and I immediately thought it was blog worthy.

  6. Jeanne in Co.

    Loved the pet pictures, especially the wedding photo on your previous post. And the last one today of the big white dog looking so scared of those adorable kittens. “Gang Violence”-, indeed. Ha ha. Thanks for all your work in posting them, Mary. Jeanne in Co.

  7. Carla J

    Gorgeous GSP.
    Hubby owned one when we met, became his parents pet when he went in the Air Force. She was a great hunter, companion, and so very gentle with every child who joined the family.
    The goat afraid of the masses!
    Great way to start my day!

  8. Diane, Squeak, Buddy in Central Ohio

    More great pictures. They are so much fun:) We had a Germnan Short Hair Pointer-, Festus,–he strayed to our house and we tried to find his home, but no one ever claimed him. A friend with a farm took him because we had two cats, an Irish Setter,named Arsenic, and a tiny house. We loved him even though he thought he was a lap dog, all 80 lbs of him! He had a great home for 15 years.

  9. Mareen Nedved

    So many cute pictures thanks again for posting them all – brings a smile even on a gloomy day!!

  10. Ann in PA

    Oh that photo of “Gang Violence” is hilarious. Nice to see two GSP. Our Pearl is petite and so sweet, Hard to believe that homemade puppy costume is over 40 yrs. old, yet it matches Pearl, even down to the spot! She isn’t used for hunting, but when we go out hiking she does point whenever she finds something interesting. Pearl was also a “wedding guest”. She and our daughter’s, pre-Greta, German Shepherd, Vonne, had the run of the wedding weekend with family. Poor Ellie was in heat and had to miss the fun; her breeder, our friend, kept her for the weekend. You blog posts are always wonderful. Thank you, Mary for all you do. xxoo

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