yes, we’re this far behind in blogging … showing beautiful fall colours in the dreary early months of spring … but, hey, i just want to get us all caught up. and i figure if i can throw a few winter blog entries up here on the scruffy dog blog, that should inspire Mother Nature to finally warm up our days so that those poor robins aren’t so cold!
so … back in those glorious days of autumn — always our busiest season where we are typically quadruple booked — we had the pleasure of meeting so many amazing scruffies … some were high-energy, crazy scruffnuts, and others shared with us the wisdom of their years during their Honor Sessions™.
Cosmo had a lot of fun at his Honor Session™…
of course, like any respectable vizsla, Cosmo’s age hardly slowed him down.
love those ears.
i also shared a photo last fall on the scruffy dog facebook page of the new graphics on the scruffy dog mobile. these are just to tide us over for another year as the plan is to get a new vehicle soon … although we’ve been saying that for the last couple of years, but this 2005 Toyota Matrix just keeps on going! best dog car ever!
never underestimate the scruffy dog mobile! it can hold a TON of client artwork … this was just a third of our orders from our fall clients this year … all ready and in time for Christmas … an absolutely Herculean effort by SDP as well as the lab. I think they devoted an entire week or two just to SDP clients this past December! what you see here are several huge pieces — 54″ canvases and large framed storyboard prints — as well as a number of other framed fine-art prints and framed canvases of varying sizes, packed two rows deep! this was not a run where the goober came along as there wasn’t even room in the front seat as it was stacked with albums and smaller prints.
and we’ll sign off with … the smell of Fritos!
hope you enjoyed this little facebook mashup. if you would rather not have waited so long to see these scruffy dog images, join the SDP facebook page and stay up-to-the-minute with all the goings-on. honestly, i don’t think you’ll regret it.
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