Wordless Wednesday for Pets

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Teri Jacobson

Submitted by Teri Jacobson

 

Love Wordless Wednesday because you get to post pictures of your pets? Well it is now 100 times better! Each week BlogPaws is going to create a link up for the community for you to add a link directly to your Wordless Wednesday Post. That way we can all share and enjoy each others pets. The rules are super simple: Show us your pets! Leave a link directly to your Wordless Wednesday Post Visit other blogs and say hello (don’t forget! This is the part that is the most fun!)

Remember to leave a comment to let everyone know you stopped by for a visit. Share the link up with your readers so they can join the community and link up as well. You can grab the code and place it on your blog or you can refer your readers right back to the Wordless Wednesday post of the week.

If you would like your pet’s picture featured as our Wordless Wednesday picture of the week, please join the BlogPaws Community Center. Pictures you post there have a chance of making it to our Wordless Wednesday. You can post as many pictures as you want in our community – we encourage it! We never get tired of looking at all your pet pictures!

PS. Please make sure to upload full size pictures that are good quality so they can be used for the Wordless Wednesday post.

  • http://www.dogleadermysteries.com Deborah Taylor-French

    Thanks for this fun Wordless Wednesday and blog hop. I post a Photo Friday featuring dog humor. Glad to see all these lovely dog photos
    Any hint how to get my Gravatar to show? Tweeting this now.
    http://en.gravatar.com/dogleadermysteries

  • http://profile.typepad.com/cokiethecat CokieTheCat

    WOW. Terri’s photo of Timber, above, looks like a painting! I especially love the little nibble marks on the apple. MOL…
    Cokes

  • http://greyhoundgardens.com/itsa-greyt-day/ Terri Jacobson

    That’s my boy! thank you so much for featuring him.

  • http://willmydoghateme.com Edie

    Agree — that is one gorgeous picture. It looks like a Renaissance painting.