Pet Photography Humor: All I Wanted Was a Cute Picture of My Dogs

It was a perfect day for taking pictures of my dogs. Cloudy and not too hot. It hadn’t rained in a few days so the ground was dry and the grass was soft.

Jasper lay down under one of the maples, and Tucker lay down next to him, adorably placing his paw on top of Jasper’s.

What an awesome photo op! So sweet. A perfect pet picture of two dog friends.

As I snapped pictures, I imagined the great dog photos I would have. In my head, I began writing sappy captions about friendship.

All the dogs needed to do was look at me and the camera — or maybe each other.

It wasn’t too much to ask.


Tucker and Jasper sense a disturbance in the hamburger force.


Tucker smells hamburger and it's not coming from the east.


Jasper smells food.


Tucker and Jasper realize I'm about to take a picture.


Jasper has a bug on his nose


Jasper and Tucker conspire to ruin my photo.


Tucker and Jasper pose for a photo?



Tucker is amused.

And then…


I never did get that perfect photo.

Life with dogs…never a dull moment.

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8 Comments on "Pet Photography Humor: All I Wanted Was a Cute Picture of My Dogs"

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  1. VERY cute sequence and photo story, Susan! We feel like doing that when our human gets the flashy box out.

  2. Robin says:

    So funny! I do love that they are “holding” paws. Pets do the funniest things as soon as the camera comes out. These two are hilarious!

  3. jan says:

    I don’t often laugh out loud on the computer, but i just did. This is why I gave up photography years ago.

  4. MOL ! Great photo story ! We love to drive Mum crazy when she takes the flashy box too ! Purrs

  5. I have hundreds of pictures that aren’t what I wanted. Thank goodness for digital!

  6. Barkocity says:

    That is soo cute! Your pictures came out awesome and I love the creative dialogue. Great post! 🙂

  7. francis says:

    hahaha this is great. very funny captions. great post

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