When I meet humans they often comment on my tail. Rarely does it look in pictures as it does in real life. However my boss at work @therealangela took this shot which I feel captures the true character of my glorious tail. Plus my rump looks pretty cute too.
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Since I haven’t really done one of these, I guess there’s no time like the present!! Hi guys, my name is Olivia and I am the creator here at Lovely Olive Living 🤗 Some of my favorite things: Traveling (this is me in the desert in Nevada!)🌏, arts and crafts👩🏻🎨, Pinterest📌, taking photos of my #dingo snoozing and napping 🐕 doodling on my new iPad📱, exploring the foodie scene 🍪🍣🌮🍔🌭🥓🥞with my main man @trimshady18 and working with lovely clients like yourselves to create custom artwork 🍸🖋📝 I would love to get to know more of you!! Comment below if you’ve made it this far - What is your favorite place to travel to?! #aboutme#flashesofdelight#thehappynow#desertvibes
29817 minutes ago
Move, b*tch 🦊 🏜️
15121 minutes ago
1. 웃기다. 재밌다. 볼 만하다.
2. 조금 흔한 코미디긴 하지만 뭐 어때.
3. 배보다 배꼽이 더 큰 게 관전 포인트.
3-1. 팝콘 없이도 좋았습니다. 본인은 웃겨서 입 가리느라 팝콘 있었으면 쏟았을 것 같음
#PumbahThinks 💭 it's time to remember how important #biodiversity is for overall ecosystem health, including human well-being 💚🐾
Top predators, like dingoes, play a vital role in maintaining biodiversity.
Without the ecological function of Australia's only top order predator, the variety of species in our environment declines. Biodiversity loss has direct and indirect consequences for humanity.
The more diversity that is present, the more resilient our ecosystems become against environmental threats.
You can help preserve our biodiversity by protecting our dingoes.
You can show the #AustralianDingoFoundation your support in various ways (see link in bio) or by visiting Pumbah @dingodiscovery via a booked tour.
O l i v e r W i n s t o n.
How can one face be so perfect?! It’s hard to believe this coming Sunday marks the day - I adopted this beautiful doggie child 6 years ago. Beyond blessed for this handsome boy. #rescuedog 🐕🐾
When we first introduced Ziggy to the household we made a point of managing interactions so that Evie could have space and a way out of any situation. The result of allowing her to choose is that her confidence and comfort around Ziggy grew stronger and stronger as she could opt out of anything that made her uncomfortable. Choice is such an important part of training our dogs and without it playtime like this may not have happened!
Après 12 heures à “dormir” dans un bus pour relier Hervey Bay à Airlie Beach, je suis enfin arrivée. J’en profite pour vous partager quelques photos des plages de Fraser Island, vu de notre 4WD. Une expérience hors du commun ; surtout quand il s’agit de passer par les petits chemins pleins de bosses (et c’est à ce moment là que je suis reconnaissante d’avoir des mini seins 😂) et de soft sand (autrement dit: tu restes facilement bloqué et peux facilement glisser dans le ravin à côté ! 😅)
Autre chose : sur l’île, impossible de se baigner dans l’océan. Il est infesté de requins 🦈 et méduses / blue bottles (entre autres !). Alors malgré le paysage paradisiaque, ça donne tout de suite moins envie...!
Je vous souhaite une bonne nuit en France, une bonne journée ici. Take care 🌊
Ready for #FraserIsland pose haha.. If you ask me the best part was definitely driving the #4wd through soft sand, over #beaches and inland 🚘😎 best times with a wonderful group blasting '80 and '90 songs through the speakers and singing along as loud as we can 🎶
Henlo!!! I went to puppy daycare today and absolutely loved it!! I made so many friends especially Chester who is an aussie 😎 You can find his pic also on acountrykennel ‘s instagram. It was only for a little but mom said ill start going once a week while she’s in class 😍
Any way, I had a grand ole time and this is a pic that the nice treato dude took of yours truly, ME 🤟🏼
1114 hours ago
« Hey les amis, gardez bien les mains et les bras à l’intérieur du train et restez toujours assis. Accrochez vous à votre chapeau et à vos lunettes, car nous allons vous racontez les légendes de cette randonnée la plus dingue de l’ouest ! »