39 Responses to “Wedding photobomb”

  1. Leslin

    These photobombed pics are ones to be treasured forever 🙂 Hats off to you for fostering and adopting her! 🙂

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  2. stephenierenee

    Think this is my favorite photo bomb ever! Gorgeous pup who deserves to be the center of attention.

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  3. Sue B

    What is with these humans photobombing Yoda’s pics? Seriously now?? 🙂

    What better wedding pictures than ones including the whole new family!

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  4. German Chocolate Betty

    Gotta love those cattle dogs! My wedding pictures also have a red heeler in there — but intentionally, not as a bomb! Congratulations on the marriage and a wise decision to take Yoda on!

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  5. Dana

    I love that she is curled up next to you on your dress – beautiful! Congratulations on the wedding and on the adoption – so awesome! 🙂

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  6. the other ghost girl

    bowling green’s quite a long way to travel for a little dog to find her forever home, but good for her

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    • Heather Badenoch

      Hopeful Hearts in Ottawa has an ongoing relationship with the Bowling Green SPCA… and we’re so glad they do. Yoda is the second old pooch we fostered (and adopted) who came via Bowling Green.

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  7. Stan

    that’s awesome! i’ve a friend who adopted her fabulous, now16 yo terrier mix from hopeful hearts 5ish years ago!!

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    • Heather Badenoch

      Hi Stan, isn’t Hopeful Hearts dog rescue wonderful? They take the old dogs, the disabled dogs, the sick dogs… and they find them furever homes. We’ve adopted two seniors from them (first 12-year-old Rocky, now 10-year-old Yoda) and just love spoiling them in their final days. In return we get endless snuggles and company for naps 🙂

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  8. Pauline

    Now, this made me tear up with happiness. Congrats x 2 and love all around.
    Thanks for saving Yoda, you have a beautiful heart.

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  9. Yippee!

    When there is an abundance of love in your lives and in your home, they just know who to trust. Bravo to you
    And your new husband for welcoming two seniors. The greatest gift you could have given them is to share your big hearts. There isn’t anything like giving and receiving the gift of love.

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  10. doug

    If the case of adoption, I don’t think it’s photobombing .. it’s call FTP (Family Togetherness Photos) .. hehe

    Grats !

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  11. Karen

    I help to drive dogs for Hopeful Hearts. Very, very nice to see one of our travel companions make it to the big time……a real forever home!

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