My first bit of advice would be to only post one or two images when starting a thread in Critique Corner. As you can see by the lack of responses, most of us won't take the time to look over lots of shots and critique each one. It's just too hard, especially if each shot is of a different subject.
Secondly, back off on the processing for now. If you want us to find the flaws in your work (and you should want that), don't try to add grain, fade the colors, mess with the white balance and other little processing tricks that might hide those flaws. Your last shot is a good example of what you should post. I personally think your processing is creative, but save that for when you've corrected things like lighting, composition and focus.
Also, don't post images taken by others, even if it's with your camera. Composition is an important aspect of any picture, and if you didn't take the shot, you didn't compose it.
Given all that, I'll just critique your last shot. It looks like you used natural light on a cloudy day. That's a good start, but as you can see, her eyes are dark. A white or silver reflector would have been a great help here. You also composed the shot with half of her right hand cut off, a definite no-no. The background is also cluttered and busy.
Now, don't take this to mean that your shots are junk. They aren't. They're actually quite creative. The shot of the dog would be excellent if you had focused on his eyes. You show signs of having real skill (more than I have, anyway). I look forward to seeing more of your stuff...one shot at a time, of course.