Sunday, October 16, 2005

Weekend Dog Blogging #5: Evening Roundup


Checking For Stragglers


They're All Here! What's Our Next Job?

Lucky Buddy Bear is half Australian Shepherd and half English Shepherd. He loves his sheep!

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3 comments:

  1. What !!! No comments for the smiling Lucky Buddy Bear. He looks so proud of his well done job.

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  2. Hi Leigh,
    I know. Bear was kinda bummed. But he got over it. Nothing keeps that dog down (not even being trampled by half a dozen sheep). And you're right--he is always so proud of his work!

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  3. Funny thing - I was at my sisters last night and we were discusing what an ES and AS cross would look like. (I have an ES and she has a AS). Bear is a beautiful dog, and it sounds like he is very helpful.

    I was glad to find your blog - we share many interests. Where in MO is your farm? I have a small farm (40 acres) near Fordland, MO.

    Lesley
    Get Busy Livin' Farm

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