I am certain it's her eyes, golden, almost abstruse eyes.
|The eyes of Ashland hold a bit of mystery and distance|
Noon on a sunny cloudless day in May kind of warmth.
I had asked Lindsey for a black dog, one who might not get alot of "notice"
due to being more timid or mellow or some otherwise reason
that keeps him/her in the 'shadows' at Pine.
Ashland fit the profile I was searching for. She was definitely
a soft, polite, and obliging lady, just not in-your-face-with-her-amazing-cuteness.
Being five years old, this gal's a bit more mature
and sat quiet.
with minimal rumbles.
|Ashland and Scout seeking the outdoor aromas|
|Scout and Ashland-companions on the trail|
|Chillin for a few|
I believe Ashland has
ALOT of personality,
but she needs someone to
allow her to express it.
I see her content with finding a quieter home,
not requiring marathon-style exercise,
just daily walks
and gentle understanding.
Of course, a companion who enjoys
beauty and intense golden-eyed gazes
would be quite suitable.
(P.S. You can apply to give her a try here:
She will be waiting, patiently, with a warm welcome for you.