• Hannah Weeks

    Sweet. This dog really isn't enjoying having his ear pulled. But, animal instinct, he realizes this is a young child doing this and he will let her. Precious.

  • Riette Roos

    Vintage Dog Photography, from the Libby Hall Collection

  • Ꭶ α r α

    Girl with her dog vintage photo #dogs #Pets #mutts #children Facebook.com/sodoggonefunny

  • Caroline Privette

    From a collection of vintage dog photography ~ I think the little girl is the real cutie in this photo

  • Dawn Adams

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