I like to explore….
All over Arequipa you will spot guard dogs on the roofs of colourful buildings as you walk by. Good looking and lovable though you wouldn't catch me saying that up close....
Is that a dog or a wolf!?!
I think it is a wolf-like dog?? I love how wolf-y he looks but I think a wolf wouldn’t take too kindly to being left on a roof and may eat his owners, not just an intruder?! 😉 I don’t know for sure though…..
At a wolf sanctuary I visited we were told that wolves and wolf-dog breeds make the WORST guard dogs… They’ll hide in fear from an intruder, but attach their owner from behind…
Oh dear…there goes my plan for a pet wolf 😦 😦
Gorgeous guard dog 🙂 In Tunisia there is the same situation, almost on every roof you can see one 😉
He is lovely isn’t he?! It’s pretty cool seeing them all on the rooftops and all different breeds too…..
That is one house nobody will enjoy breaking into! Great moment capture.
Wow that is bravery! It’s beautiful, and wonderful shot!
I thought is was a wolf too. He kinda matches the building colors aye? Color blind here though. Don’t mess with that building!
is it real?Not something you see everyday I’d say. Great capture!
Thanks Jennifer! Yes they have lots of dogs on the roofs there….pretty cool walking along and spotting them 🙂
I don’t think I would want to mess with him
No me neither although he does look like he’d be nice to snuggle with….so long as he didn’t bite your face off!
This dog is almost like a part of the architecture! Amazing!
Haha…true! Thank you!
Well that’s certainly something you don’t see every day! Great colors in thins one.
This is true! Thanks Binky 🙂
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