POPSUGAR Celebrity

Peep Pretty Pooches Posing With Petals

May 3 2011 - 2:02pm

Flowers are great pet accessories for furry photo ops (don't let pups eat them [1] though)! To honor the season, I've gathered a bunch of absolutely adorable pics of pooches posing with all sorts of flowers — see for yourself when you start this slideshow!

As Perfect as a Pug Is . . .

I love this pooch topped off with a bright orange flower!

Source: Flickr User [177] [2]

What Did He Find?

Looks like this lucky Beagle spotted a cut blossom.

Source: Flickr User platinumblondelife [3]

Watch Out For Falling Flowers

Fire the flower girl! The petals belong on the ground.

Source: Flickr User Pink Sherbet Photography [4]

Black and White All Over

A clear shot at a black lab is even lovelier with white flowers in fuzzy focus up front.

Source: Flickr User michael.wigren [5]

Lippy Tulips

This Boston has his eye on a treat up above . . . and not the pretty tulips in back.

Source: Flickr User BL4d3RuNr [6]

Tramplin' Daisies

A Bull Terrier is plotting a path to plod through a garden of daisies.

Source: Flickr User rtadlock [7]

Keeper of the Cacti

If it's too hot and dry for all types of flowers, add in some cacti (and doggie guard), too.

Source: Flickr User soylentgreen23 [8]

Puppy-Size Floral Decor

Ohh, Cavie pooch, that flower's bigger than your head.

Source: Flickr User schmidty lucky and kasey anne [9]

Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Her Hair

"If doggie's goinnn' to Saaaan Fraaannn-cisco . . ."

Source: Flickr User ktylerconk [10]

Bed of Non-Roses

I never would have guessed that purple and yellow would go so well with a calmly posing lab!

Source: Flickr User Graylight [11]

Look, But Don't Taste

That Chow Chow better not chow down on those flowers!

Source: Flickr User AndrewGorden [12]


A smiley pooch weaves in and out of tall blossoms.

Source: Flickr User Spiros2004 [13]

As Far as the Eye Can See

How nice to run though a field of daisies?!

Source: Flickr User TheGiantVermin [14]


I see you, flower.

Source: Flickr User popofatticus [15]

Snuggle Plants?

This German Shepherd is saddling up to flowers.

Source: Flickr User asbeas [16]

Barking a Yippee

Happy dance by a Pug who found flowers!

Source: Flickr User KaroliK [17]

Hawaii Stylin'

Wait, does the left or right side mean this pup's taken?

Source: Flickr User ewen and donabel [18]

Here Comes the Dog

This Golden Retriever had some blooms tucked into her collar for a clever photo opportunity.

Source: Flickr User Tim PopUp [19]

Queen of the Flowers

This dog may be lei'd but she's not laying down!

Source: Flickr User Sugar Pond [20]

Dog Marks the Spot

Well, if the pup can't dig them up, what else is he supposed to do?

Source: Flickr User Alex E. Proimos [21]

She's Been Naturally Framed

These budding blossoms tower over a tiny pooch.

Source: Flickr User Caninest [22]

Get Ready (or Not)

Either toss the ball or this dog may fetch the flowers!

Source: Flickr User PJLewis [23]

Rottie Rosebud

This Rottweiler keeps flower pickers well away from his roses.

Source: Flickr User Gregg [24]

Action Shot

I bet that flower doesn't smell good.

Source: Flickr User helena.40proof [25]

Don't Look Here, Buddy

Who's prettier — the smooshy or the buds?

Source: Flickr User Mingo.nl [26]

Gardenside Naps

Let sleeping dogs lie . . . near flowers.

Source: Flickr User tata_aka_T [27]

Soft Pink and Sleepyheads

Another pooch asleep on the job!

Source: Flickr User bortescristian [28]

Aloof in Lavender

Right at doggie level is the best place to capture this black and brown dog.

Source: Flickr User tramani_sagrens [29]


So sweet! This dog sits on the stoop with a bit of softly focused yellow up front.

Source: Flickr User ramsey everydaypants [30]

Shaggy Dog and Wildflowers

I hope this dog didn't have all that wine!

Source: Flickr User Jason Riedy [31]

Where's the Dog?

This time the fuzzy dog looks fuzzy behind a pastel pink bouquet.

Source: Flickr User sneakerdog [32]

Too Many Pretty Petals to Count

That slideshow was so lovely that now it's time for a nap!

Source: Flickr User Sugar Pond [33]

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