Denali, today, finally had the chance to show off his abilities to the local media.
Getting on the cedar chest was no problem. Posing for pictures failed to scare him. Denali didn’t seem to mind strangers from the Bowling Green (O.) Sentinel-Tribune stopping by for a feature story on the card business and a dog’s willingness to be photographed in various outfits.
Reporter Deb Rogers and photographer Aaron Carpenter are the first members of the mass media to visit the location where it all happens. A story set to be published May 3 will focus on Denali’s cards being available at the Bowling Green State University bookstore.
Upon departure of the media hounds, Denali promptly found his favorite spot against the couch and took a nap. It was just another day in the life of a supermodel dog.
Spring time in Ohio makes Denali happy
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Denali takes a break during an afternoon shoot.
Ummm…. I must be running low on dog treats..
Denali and I have been busy lately working on three new cards for the collection. We decided to take the afternoon off to visit Mary Jane Thurston State Park in Grand Rapids, O.
On the way to the park we stopped at Olde Gilead’s Country Store. The stop was successful. Starting in late June Denali’s cards will be featured in the shop. He enjoyed himself at the park, paid no attention to the falling rain and had a great time getting wet while chasing the ball.