R.I.P.  little Dollar by Susanne Correa

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For those that remember my images of Dollar well this will be the last one. Dollar was chewing a Rawhide bone which was highly approved by his Vet but the bone got stucked in his throat and he choked on it. Dollar was only 16 weeks young and one of the cutest little fun Puppy that I have met. Dollar was 8 weeks young in this photo.
I am so sad for this little guy and of course for his owners, my friends Christine and Brandon who found him when they came home.

Camera Model Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/250
Av( Aperture Value ) 5.6
ISO Speed 100

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Comments

  • Ellen Cotton
    Ellen Cottonalmost 5 years ago

    What an adorable sweet puppy! I am so sad to read of his fate.

  • Thank you ellcot, I can’t believe it myself

    – Susanne Correa

  • Marjorie Wallace
    Marjorie Wallacealmost 5 years ago

    How tragic! I hope the owners get the word out about what happened to their little darling puppy. More people need to know!

  • You are so right Marjorie, this is not the first time this happened and and it is still found on the shelf

    – Susanne Correa

  • Janie Oliver
    Janie Oliveralmost 5 years ago

    so cute. look at all those wrinkles. beautiful shot.

  • Thank you so much Janie yes he was a cutie!

    – Susanne Correa

  • Meg Hart
    Meg Hartalmost 5 years ago

    Ohh…I am heartbroken for this little sweetheart…(Never leave a puppy alone with these things – as Dollar’s owners tragically found out, they are not safe..!…Even adult dogs can have trouble with them,)…Beautiful memento of this baby Susanne.

  • So am I justlooking, I am so sad, you are right never leave them alone with a bone. Yes I know that this is not the first time and it should be stopped!

    – Susanne Correa

  • Josie Eldred
    Josie Eldredalmost 5 years ago

    That’s absolutely heartbreaking :( RIP Dollar. Poor little guy.

  • Thank you so much Josie, I feel the same way!

    – Susanne Correa

  • lightsmith
    lightsmithalmost 5 years ago

    That’s such a shame. No matter how careful we are, there’s always something that can happen. At least they have some wonderful memories of Dollar – and some beautiful photographs, thanks to you.

  • Thank you so much lightsmith, yes something can always happen and I guess we can not always be there to help.

    – Susanne Correa

  • Aileen David
    Aileen Davidalmost 5 years ago

    oh, that brought tears to my eyes :( please extend my condolences to the owners and for yourself as well. Your love of animals & your subjects shine through your images and I know you’re torn up over his death.
    Nevertheless, it is a beautiful portrait of Dollar, one that will be cherished.

  • Same here Aileen, I sure will let them know since they are friends of mine, this is truly appreciated. Yes I love animals very much, thank you so much for this great compliment

    – Susanne Correa

  • greenstone
    greenstonealmost 5 years ago

    this is THE sweetest photo ever!!! iv just read Aileens message above, and everyone elses,i dont know what happened, but its brought me to tears.

  • Yes it was a Rawhide chew and I feel just like you.

    – Susanne Correa

  • Rakuda
    Rakudaalmost 5 years ago

    awww, thats so sad… he was adorable. Im so so so sorry…

  • Thank you Rakuda, yes this was a very sad day

    – Susanne Correa

  • greenstone
    greenstonealmost 5 years ago

    oh no iv just read the history on this photo. gutted for everyone involved. so, so sorrry.

  • Thanks so much again greenstone, he sure will be missed!

    – Susanne Correa

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