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Thank you, Hester! I'm feeling much better. :-)
:-D Wendy! Here's hoping you are feeling fit and fine now !
Yes, I think you're right about that, Hester. On a side note, I had a fever when I 'saw' you last, and for the life of me I couldn't see the Lhasa Apso, but you were right on spot (exactly right). :-)
Thanks for that advice Wendy! I can see that you're right. Looks like it'll stay a small and exclusive fan club! :-D
Hester, I think it's because the thumbnails are too dark and because it's too hard to see what the images are depicting. From afar, it's hard to tell that it's a dog at all. And up close, you have to admit that it's not a 'pretty' pic. But like you, I think they're humorous and interesting, wild and wacky. :-)
Wendy that's SO kind (Big Smile!). I'm kind of surprised too, but maybe they just don't appeal enough in the thumnail. Or maybe people think the dogs are in pain. Don't know. I do know the dogs love the play and Seth has a brilliant eye! He has a book coming out later in the year that I think may be on my Christmas list!
Hester, I am clueless why your diving dog puzzles don't have more solves because I think they're hilarious....and at the same time, very unusual and interesting. If my hand was in better shape, I'd solve all four of them...well, maybe not the black and white smooshed face dog. LOL
I think I already mentioned this before, but I'll say it again just in case I didn't. I sometimes read your comments and I so enjoy your sense of humor.