Oh I like him – very cute.
We thought so too! Second Daughter even petted him…
this is great!!!
I moved and had no internet till yesterday!!! I`m back!!!
Sorry, late with responding to comments! Welcome back, lovely to see you again. How did the move go? Are you going to write about it? xx
Thanks, would love to have one!
What a great sculpture. I would love one of these for my garden.
Me too! Thought it looked just fab.
Ah, yes. The well known sproing dog, as we affectionately call these sculptures. I love the detail on his paws
I can feel the connaisseuse talking! Sproing dog? Like it!
Wow how interesting! Is this in your garden?
Unfortunately not, we saw it in front of a door in Glastonbury with Second Daughter!
So cool! I went to a local gardens recently and an artist had an exhibition of similarly designed sculptures, one of his was a dog but he had a tap for a willy!
LOL!! Must have been an interesting exhibition!!
Lol I used to have a cat one of those, they could have been friends
LOL! Would have been lovely!
Oh my God ! It was for Halloween ?
Nope, just happened to see him in the streets!
It’s freaking !
No, it’s cute!!
He’s very cute! And a creative way of reusing old watering cans too
Indeed! We thought he was adorable.
A perfect example of cool recycling. Very clever!
Exactly! Wish there were more of those around.
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