Aww... so cute!
Thanks for the suggestions!Chloe's favorite treat is freeze dried liver. She knows the bag like the back of her paw.
So when I want her to pose, I hold the bag of liver treats over my head and this is how I can get her to kinda look at the camera. Also, she hates the flash so I make sure I turn it off. My Sony Cybershot also has a red-eye reduction lens that emits a red light on to your subject. I covered it with a piece of black electrical tape so the red light does not shine on to her eyes which irritates her.
If you do some of these tricks, you can trick your cute Butch into posing for you!
He looks so comfortable after such a short time....so FABULOUS!!!! Wow, that sweetie petie in the shelter...so sad...and yet so very very happy you found him and made him one of your family xoxoxoxHere's my Butchie, who I bailed out of the shelter in early February 2010. He's getting dangerously furry--His coat is curly and he runs through the sprinklers (and rolls on the ground, too) so I think this is about as long as I can ever let his coat grow. He's got an appointment for next week--if I don't take some shears to it myself.
Anyway, I thought his expression was quite cute. He is acting more and more affectionate towards me. I may still be in 2nd place, next to his Chihuahua buddy, but I think it's getting to be a closer second. :biggrin:
His Chihuahua buddy likes the limelight--Butchie doesn't.