It's pretty hard to tell which end is which with those fluffy little dogs, but I'm pretty certain that that dog is... um... Found by Matt, on craigslist.
well at least now the prospective owners will know why the lawn has a bunch of little dead spots!and yeah, I hope that's what the dog is doing, because if the fluffy end that's up is his bum then his head is missing!
What, don't you believe in natural fertilizer? What makes the green grass grow?Fluffy's, um, "gifts."
this is amazing. does the lil pooper come with the place?
haha, omg, this website is AMAZING! :)
How doggone elegant.
That kitchen would be a great upgrade in my little shack, but as the kitchen of a >$500k home? I think not.
I wonder if the realtor even looked at the pictures!
Oh yes! Hall of fame shot!!!
i have that same dog!
I'll leave the real estate on Craigslist to you, but I'll snark on the rest:www.yousuckatcraigslist.com
Ok, seriously- the photographer couldn't wait like, 10 seconds to take the picture?? And the person looking at the pictures to post online didn't go "Ooops, let's just leave this one out"? I think it's time for me to look into a job being a real estate photographer, because I think the credentials are: 1) can hold a camera, and 2) can press the shutter button. That's it.
Oh, and not only that- it looks (from the Craigslist posting) like it's actually the REALTOR'S dog!! Wow, way to sell a house, Brainiac.
Seriously funny, I laughed out loud on this one. Was the agent annoyed with the owner and just being passive aggressive by putting up this pick, or were they really that oblivious?
Is it possible to figure out which agent put up this ad? They need to be outed for their imcompetence.
That IS her dog, and so is the other dog on the patio...Betty and Buster, aren't they adorable? I'm hoping this is the agent's home. If not, there are two reasons not to hire this agentLet's hope someone tips her off- she may be so used to seeing her darling pooches, that she didn't notice.
None of the other commenters understand. This is a selling point. "You'll love this yard, and so will your dog."
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