You guessed! 🙂
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.