Puppies In a Bucket

August 2nd, 2014 15 Comments

Puppies in a bucket (Small)


An absolutely gratuitous photograph of puppies in a bucket, in this case, Cardigan Welsh corgi puppies from Coedwig Cardigans, posted for no other reason than to make you smile.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi JP,
    They did make me smile. Are you getting a new puppy?
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It worked 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Puppies and kittens are so cute. Sometimes they are not so cute when they grow up though.


    Here is a double dose of cuteness for you. The fawn does not want to leave after having its belly scratched.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Jameson! I needed the smile right now and this did help they are too cute!

    Nancy Darlene

  5. Anonymous says:

    Les adorables petits chiots !!! Je n’ai qu’une envie, c’est de les sortir du seau et de les câliner. Mon fils avait le même que le petit gris. N’est-ce pas un berger australien ? Il avait les yeux vairons comme celui de la photo et je crois que c’est une spécificité de cette race de chien.
    Je ne sais pas si ces chiots sont proches de vous. Si c’est le cas, ils seront dorlotés……

  6. Anonymous says:

    Aaaaaaw….. it worked 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Thank you!


    PS: Will you take one….?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Oh yes, the photo made ​​me smile 🙂

    But my husband is the smile gone as I said:I would just take the whole bucket ……

    I think he is glad that our puppy is now already 8 months old *hehe Snow has not longer so much nonsense in her head …

    By the way. I read in a hotel some time ago these words on a sign:

    “Dogs are welcome in this hotel. We’ve never had a dog that smoked in bed and set fire to the blankets. We’ve never had a dog who stole the towels, played the TV too loud or had a fight with his traveling companion. We’ve never had a dog who got drunk and broke up the furniture. So, if your dog can vouch for you, you’re welcome, too!”


    • Anonymous says:

      Great! If I ran a hotel, I’d have such a sign! I actually DID have numerous signs along a loooonnnngggg driveway I had at one place I lived–all kinds of crazy stuff. One said ” To proceed,humans must be on a leash and accompanied by their dogs”….L.B.

  8. Anonymous says:


    My husband and I went to an art fair today and I saw a both that had the title ParkerParker. We went inside to see what it was about and it is photography. I got one of the gentlemen’s postcards and it say the following thing. “Jim Parker’s work documents life as it was for people on the prairies, in the mines and on the ranches of the old West. Working with digital cameras and available light , Parker has developed a journalistic approach the capturing the essence of place, from desert doorways to abandoned cabins high in the mountains, his images illustrate the stories we leave behind. Prints are crafted by the artist, and are available as limited editions in select galleries, art festivals and online”. By the way his full name is James W. Parker. I added the website so you and other people can see his work.

  9. Anonymous says:

    The smile factor worked!!

  10. Anonymous says:

    I remember when I was a kid the dog we got was a puppy. That dog would cry all night for its mother. We tried the hot water bottle in a blanket and so on. The dog also peed and pooped everywhere because she was not housebroken. My parents had a hard time trying to housebreak that dog. We took the dog to obedience school and that only worked partially. Eventually, the dog was some what trained. Plus, the my parents had to take the dog to get her shots and have her fixed. Yes, puppies are cute, but they are a handful, maybe not quite like babies, but they still need constant care. On the upside they don’t stay in that puppy stage for long.

  11. Anonymous says:


    I have a whole Facebook group where I share pictures of puppies (old ones and young ones, because they are all puppies to me) just to make people (mostly me) smile.

    If you send through a request I would be happy to approve you joining the group and you can’t have smiles like these every day. I call my group, “It’s a dog’s life”
    Kathy W, Sydney, Oz

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