You may make a face, hide the lens, or, if you’re a dog named Sparky, simply melt to avoid taking a shot.
When the rescue dog has had enough of posing for the camera, he becomes boneless. It’s a really effective method that’s also somewhat bizarre to observe.
“When I take photographs with him, he has a certain tolerance, and once he’s reached that point, he simply flops down — it’s almost like he’s throwing a tantrum,” Sparky’s father, Kennedy Simmons, told The Dodo. “He gets limp, and every now and again, he’ll give me the meanest look, as if to say, ‘Are we done yet?'”
Simmons works as a veterinary assistant and is recognized for taking in pets with unique needs. After the young Italian greyhound’s family relinquished him to the veterinarian office, he adopted him.
“They were a nice family,” Simmons told The Dodo, “but he had to have surgery, and they were so reluctant to let him do anything after he fractured his leg.” “They truly wished for him to have a happy puppyhood with someone who wouldn’t be frightened to let him do everything he wanted.”
Sparky has refused to let the loss of a limb slow him down since the procedure where he had to have his leg amputated.
“From the beginning, he’s been out of control,” Simmons remarked. “If you don’t keep an eye on Sparky, he’ll get himself into trouble.” He’s either stealing a bit of food off the table or grabbing a sock from the hamper if he’s out of your sight.”
Sparky is brave when it comes to other dogs, despite his small size. Simmons remarked, “He’s friends with the tiny dogs, he’s pals with the large dogs.” “With other dogs, he’s so irritating that he chews their tails and ears.” However, every dog eventually comes to love him and is extremely tolerant of him. No dog has ever said ‘no’ to him.”
The one thing Sparky despises is sitting still for a picture session, which results in Simmons’ phone being flooded with humorous photos.