Just Dishing A Little Celebrity Dirt

The paparazzi attempt to photograph a little celebrity dirt, so why should it be any different with the puparazzi around Chez Herd?

Queen Natasha is looking so prim and proper.

Queen Natasha looking so prim and proper.

Queen Natasha takes her evening stroll assuming that no cameras are pointed her direction. But around Chez Herd, the Hu-Dad is always trying to capture amusing photographs. And that means we dogs always need to keep our noses clean. Literally.

The Queen tries to hide a little celebrity dirt on her nose.

The Queen tries to hide her dirty nose.

Oh, well, at least we are not like a lot of celebrities with their dirty mouths. Or, maybe, we are exactly like them.

Ignore the dirt on my tongue.

Ignore the dirt on my tongue.

3 Comments

  1. Charlotte Anderson on September 20, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    Well said, my friend, well said!

  2. Juno's mom on September 6, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    I believe they’re after minerals that are insufficient in their diets. (Too many foods contain synthetic vitamin/mineral supplements.) Natasha knows what she’s doing.

  3. Lori on September 6, 2016 at 8:34 am

    A little dirt is good for the soul Queen ????

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