Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturated

I thought I’d go with the saturated by water element of this weeks challenge and post a photo of my beautiful Mutley looking very bedraggled after spending an afternoon on a beach in Cornwall with us this summer…

Mutley loves water as long as it's not too deep and moving too fast!

In the boot of the car, worn out after her beach adventures!

Mutley loves going into water as long as it’s not too deep or moving too fast! This was the first time she’d actually been into the sea deep enough to get completely saturated… my son was throwing sticks in for her and she finds a stick very hard to resist! 

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. newbloggycat
    Oct 05, 2013 @ 08:25:58

    Love the look! For a moment there I thought ‘oh no, what happen to Mutley’s beautiful fur’ 🙂


  2. Carolyn Malone
    Oct 07, 2013 @ 17:51:24

    You all created some wonderful memories this day. 🙂 And look at those beautiful eyes! Mutley is adorable!!!


  3. Tina Schell
    Oct 09, 2013 @ 23:25:02

    LOL Mutley looks adorable!


  4. Multifarious meanderings
    Oct 11, 2013 @ 21:03:30

    Lucky Mutley. I wouls love to be able to run on a beach in Cornwall. Hell, I’d even run after a stick for the privilege….. 🙂


  5. Pecora Nera
    Oct 13, 2013 @ 19:00:26

    That looks like a happy and contented dog


  6. mybeautfulthings
    Nov 01, 2013 @ 17:16:32

    I’m wondering which beach you were on? We’ve seen dogs loving the waves on the North coast and swimming happily alongside their owners on the South coast! 🙂


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