We've been busy at Wild Dingo, photo shooting our "Go Orange" photos in support of Prevention of Animal Cruelty month. Loki and Juno are glad to support the cause. Loki is a happily working dog and has no complaints. He does his job. He gets paid. End of story. And he does his job spectacularly well. He will hold his pose for as long as I tell him. Juno? Well, let's just say she's a natural-born model/movie star, complete with the 'tude. She complained about the working conditions, (too hot, too sunny, though we were in the shade), the difficulty of the poses, lack of breaks (she needed to lay down a lot), and of course, the pay. She needed to be paid a lot; twice as much as him. She often needed an advance on jobs or demanded to be shown her pay before she'd complete a job. I guess with the downturn in the economy and failing banks, she has little faith in the the D-FDIC (Doggie Food Deposit Insurance Company). Can't blame her.
Here are some of the shots. I wish I were a better photographer!
Two hot dogs get ready to paint the town orange.
I'm hotter than a two-dollar pistol.
Who are you calling a sissy-dog? Come a little closer. I'll give you 4 reasons not to call me a sissy: cuspid, inscisor, molar and fang.
Driving Miss Juno
Lookin' for a little action? Knock me a kiss, kitten.
Modeling takes second place to guard dog duties. It's all serious when Loki says, "You snap the whip, I'll make the trip."
"I feel like Death Valley. Time to go wet my tonsils. There had better be Evian on this set."
No cash for the treat jar but you'd like to show the love? No problem! Connect with me on LinkedIn and endorse my creative writing skills. Let me know how the pups and I can love ya back!
"Your project is guaranteed to meet superior Siberian standards or I will fatally masticate it. You have my "woo" on that!"
"I keep your project safe from crows, coyotes, and flies. I prefer to be paid in salmon treats and tennis balls."
"I manage the treat jar & the staff's daily payroll of cookies and bones. The staff is excellent at math and let me know when I come up short."