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Love at first sight....




As soon as I saw him, I knew he was the one for moi.


Unfortunately he belongs to someone else.......but hey a girl can dream, can't she?


Hope you are having a week-end fabuleux, Leeann x

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  1. so funny! have a great week-end too.

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  2. Just too too precious! We are complete nut-case dog lovers, so I adore the thought of this post. Have a lovely weekend, LeeAnn..

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  3. I want him!!!!Richard and Sissy Dog at My Old Historic House.

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  4. I feel like that about most dogs. Which maybe why half the neighborhoods animals are at my house everyday.

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  5. Hi Lee Ann!
    Great picture he looks so thoughtful!!!! If you want one I am sure there are plenty out there pour vous;)...Maryanne xo

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  6. They really do steal your heart in just a moment.

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  7. They really do steal your heart in just a moment.

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  8. Hi Leeann,

    Love the sweet thoughtful eyes!
    ... he does have the, I want to take you home look.

    Have a fabulous weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  9. Quel dommage! Shame he doesn't need a new owner because he is a cutie!

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  10. Oh my what is a girl to do - the right one will come looking for you- mine did :)

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  11. ohhhh, he is a love!!!
    I hope you pup finds you soon!

    joan

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  12. My 12 year old would feel the same way since he would love to have a beagle. My aunt had one named Trixie who died several years ago. She loved eating the bottom of ice cream cones and the kids loved eating ice cream so they could give her that little treat. :) Have a great day. Tammy

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  13. Heather MacDonald16 July 2011 at 23:34

    I love this....and your blog. I have been glued to it ALL day long...I have tried to pull away...but find myself sitting here hooked. So happy to have found it. Planning a visit to Maison No 20 next year hopefully!!

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