12 Dogs in Flowers Just in Time for Summer’s End

Posted by Stacey Venzel

Puppies in poppies? Yes, please.

Summertime is coming to an end and out with it will go the many colorful summer flowers. Dogs, it seems, appreciate these petaled beauties as much as humans.

Frolicking through a field of wildflowers or sniffing tulips is as fun for dogs as it is for kids… and adults.

Check out these canines getting their nature fix in for the day–just in time for the end of summer!

“More poppies, please!”

“I am one with nature.”

“Wild painted daisies and me go together like peanut butter and kongs.”

“I’ve got those bluebonnet vibes.”

“Dandelions can’t be weeds if they’re this pretty!”

Toby, enjoying spring arriving and the Dandelions! #summerscoming #dogsinflowers #LIG

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“A daisy a day keeps the veterinarian away.”

“I’m the best at gardening.”

All hail the Mammie. #dogs #dogsinflowers #dogsofinstagram @karibu_kitchen

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“We always take time to smell the flowers.”

#dogsinflowers #saturdaymorning

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“Can you spot me among these tulips?”

“Happiness is the outdoors.”

“I’m so pretty in purple.”

My puppy loves those spring blossoms. #purpleismanly #minpin #dogsinflowers #remingtontherat

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“I could sniff this all day long.”

While flowers are always pretty, some can cause allergic reactions to pets or be poisonous if ingested. On the other hand, many flowers, like dandelions, are actually natural remedies for ailments.

Make sure the plants your pet is surrounded with in or out of the house are animal-approved before the photo shoot. If the flowers are good to go, then whip out that camera and snap some beauty shots before summer is over!


12 Dogs in Flowers Just in Time for Summer’s End