Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Davis Island Dog Beach

Over the weekend we packed up the dogs and headed over to Davis Island.
They have a great little fenced in dog beach.
Swimming dogs galore.

Needless to say, these two had the time of their lives.
They napped the rest of the day.
Worn. Slam. Out.

Question: I've been playing around trying to make my pictures bigger (but still clear). What height and width do you change yours to in the HTML to make it the biggest and clearest possible?


  1. What a cute idea! I wish I had a dog. :( Sorry I can't help with the pictures... Wordpress just has an option to make them big automatically.

  2. Where is this dog beach? How fun!

  3. How fun! The pics of the doggies in the water are precious! Seriously reconsidering my hubby's request for a dog now!

  4. There is a great dog beach in Fort Desoto too...you should check it out.

  5. What cuties! Go to settings and upgrade your post editor..it takes a bit of playing around but I just noticed you can select xlarge once the images are uploaded! xx

  6. Oh my goodness, the doggies are adorable.

  7. How did you get your golden to love water? I know they are supposed to automatically love it, but mine HATES IT! Like she is totally terrified of water. Won't go near it anything. I really want her to love it, because she is a golden. Did you have a secret trick?

  8. Ok, your pups are freaking adorable! I love that they are swimmers, too cute!

    P.S. Your new blog design is amazing. I think I gotta take the plunge and get my blog done too. Any recommendations?

  9. Cute puppies! Loving your blog, now following! Miss Walker xoxo

  10. Hey, I can help you out with enlarging your pics on Blogger!

    I typically set my width to 700px and delete the height altogether. That way, it just remains proportional.

    The trick to making it not blurry is in the "img src" part of the code.

    img src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/ReallyLongCode/MoreCode/LotsOfLetters/LaLaLaLa/s400/Picture01.jpg"

    Blogger automatically puts the pictures on your page with the "s400" included in the link, which means 400px wide is the largest you can go without making it blurry. If you change it to "s700" (or whatever width you end up setting your pictures at) it will be crystal clear :)

    Hope that helps; it's kind of confusing at first but you get used to it after a while!