A shaggy dog story….with added treats

Pomeranian Bitch and Puppy circa 1777 by Thomas Gainsborough 1727-1788
Pomeranian Bitch and Puppy oil on canvas, circa 1777 by Thomas Gainsborough. © Tate, London.
The dogs in this most sensitively observed, tender and fluffy of all canine portraits belonged to the painter’s good friend, the musician Carl Friedrich Abel.

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13 comments on “A shaggy dog story….with added treats

  1. PJR says:

    And have a look, when you have a free moment, Cindy, at the splendid, lively Spitz accompanying Gainsborough’s most romantic couple on their “Morning Walk” which shows the pet dog’s relationship with humans completing their happiness…

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  2. cindy knoke says:

    I had a pomeranian. So interesting to see the dad before it was minaturized.

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  3. erickeyswriter says:

    I’m up for the challenge. If I die, I die. Perhaps my son will find the audible file and seek vengeance for his poor father.

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  4. PJR says:

    Thank you, Martin. I will send you a promo code if you promise to listen carefully to everything I say.

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  5. PJR says:

    Eric, it is fair to warn you that no-one who has heard me howl and growl has lived to tell the tale. Your pluck will be rewarded with a Promo Code (though beware – following the trail nearly killed Beetley Pete). There is a faint hope that the intended audience of puppy-sized humans will enjoy the story.

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  6. Yes, please – may I have one of those promo codes? I can’t get enough of your voice!

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  7. erickeyswriter says:

    Looking forward to hearing you growl and howl!

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  8. erickeyswriter says:

    Count me in!

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  9. beetleypete says:

    I will listen with delight, I have no doubt. x

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  10. PJR says:

    Pete, thank you for being a rock. I have to say this self-promotion makes me squirm! I shall send you a promo code to your email address so you can download and play to Ollie while you aren’t well enough to take him on long walks. I wonder what he’ll make of the moment when the narrator HOWLS? And growls! You don’t have to listen! In any case, the book is thankfully very short.

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  11. beetleypete says:

    I am unsure if I would ever get around to listening to it, but after all this time, I would like the chance to hear your perfect tones, narrating for children. Perhaps when my grandson is old enough, I can play it to him.
    Good luck with this, and I look forward to many more.
    As ever, Pete. xx

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  12. PJR says:

    That’s great, thank you! I will send one to the email address supplied with your comment. If you’d also like to leave a brief review and a rating (preferably favourable but no need to sell your soul completely) on Amazon, Audible or iTunes, I’d be very grateful.

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  13. aurorarisen says:

    I would like a promo code, please.

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