At A Glance: In And Out

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Comments

  1. great photos, thanks for posting!

  2. Love it!

  3. Nice pictures and a cute dog, but I would worry about damage to the boxwoods though. No?

  4. Deborah Silver says

    Dear Antoine, it was unfair not to mention that I have pruned a “corgi door” in this hedge. It is not so visible from the outside, but it is enough such that Milo can get in there without hurting the boxwood. Why both corgis like to go in and out-I have no idea. I have 2 “doors” in the south hedge, and 2 doors in the north hedge. It’s a lot easier to accommodate them, than to keep them out. Thanks, Deborah

  5. Love it!! Instead of living fence, it’s a living “doggie door”.

  6. Judy Baxter says

    Love this dog and love boxwoods

  7. Deborah Silver says

    me too!

  8. Deborah Silver says

    Susie, living doggie door-why didn’t I think of that? Thanks, Deborah

  9. Great photos. Who are those gorgeous roses and how long have they been planted there?

  10. Today’s photos made me laugh . . . how delightful!

  11. Fernando Gomez says

    I love animals that have personality and I can tell your dogs do. Very photogenic pup as if he knew how and when to pose. Too cute!

  12. Incredibly cute! I think he was waiting for you to follow him through the hedge.

  13. Deborah Silver says

    How funny are you! That is exactly the look on his face!

  14. What a joy! All of it, the dogs, boxwood, and raised steel bed.

  15. Deborah Silver says

    thanks.

  16. I love boxwoods and the dog looks so cute! Just beautiful in and out. Nice share!

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