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Begging in bulk

I guess when you've honed your begging face at home, it's time to try it on the public.

Steven and I went to the local bakery, and sat outside enjoying our morning breakfast croissant.

Meanwhile, people leaving the bakery, got this view.

Begging in bulk

Yes, that's a little begging pug, right at the exit of the bakery. She didn't get any treats, but she got her fair share of smiles and pats on the head.

January 26, 2008 | Permalink

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Hi Winnie, We really love the photos of Shelby and her friends (furry or two legged!) Too bad Shelby didn't score any
delicious tid-bits at the bakery...maybe
next time?

Posted by: Jade | Jan 26, 2008 10:05:52 PM

Hi Winnie,
How could anyone resist a cute little pug face? I guess that's why I have two little porkies, Rocky and Adrian. Shelby would definitely have scored at least a bagel from me!

Posted by: Patty | Jan 27, 2008 8:43:26 PM

Seems like Shelby is saying, "Can't anyone spare just one goodie for me?"

If I pass by Shelby it would be hard to resist.

Posted by: NancyNancy | Jan 28, 2008 8:44:23 AM

A face like that is hard to resist... She has that "feed me" face down pat... Now she needs to work on her "feed me" bark ....

Posted by: Mary and Mia | Jan 28, 2008 11:07:33 AM

Bob took Kricket and Teddy through the drive in at the donut shop (walked them through actually to get his coffee and their donut) They couldn't set off the speakers and so one of the employees waved the metal shovel infront of the speaker ( this is Canada and snow shovels abound at the moment!!) They used the speaker and got lots of smiles and chuckles and , of course, their dounut!!!!

Posted by: Ann Crago | Jan 28, 2008 11:10:48 AM

"Brother can you spare a creampuff?":-) She just needs to cock her head to the side and whine just a bit and it would be a treat bonanza for her.

Posted by: Selena | Jan 29, 2008 8:15:50 PM

Awwww! Shely is soooo adorable!

Posted by: Nevis | Feb 13, 2008 9:46:06 AM

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