Sunday, November 27, 2005

Weekend Dog Blogging #11


Bear & I Finally Got The Garlic Planted

What? You thought his only job was working the sheep?

Attention Dog Lovers! It's time for Weekend Dog Blogging!
If you'd like to see more fun dog photos and discover yummy new food blogs, head over to
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7 comments:

  1. I have to stop coming here. I'm so jealous of all the planting, and the longer this stoopid move takes and my own garden is delayed, the more envious I get, LOL. Just kidding--you know I'll always stop by. :)

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  2. If you go to my blog you will see the dog who ate all of the garlic I was planning on planting. I promise, I feed him! :P

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  3. Amy,
    Empty threats! We both know you're addicted to the farm. : )

    Ungourmetgal,
    LOL, I was JUST at your blog, looking at your pup pic, and telling you it's not too late to join in Weekend Dog Blogging. Hmmmm. Your dog ate all the garlic? Maybe he needs a different job. Like Head Napper. : )

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  4. I love how proud Bear is of all is jobs ! He is as proud of planting the garlic as he is guarding his sheep.

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  5. We just planted ours too!

    I *heart* Lucky Buddy Bear.

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  6. Hi Leigh,
    Yes, Bear really is proud when he can help out. He comes from long lines of working dogs that care first and foremost about their jobs. And his enthusiasm is infectious. It's really amazing to watch his instincts kick in (because we certainly didn't train him to do all this stuff).

    Of course, he looks just as thrilled with himself when he's done something wrong--like race right through the garden beds to reach me, or herd the sheep in the entirely opposite direction we want them to go. But that kind of thing happens very, very rarely. : )

    Hi Jamie,
    Congratulations. I'm so thrilled we got ours planted. Let's hope for a bumper crop for both of us!

    (And I'll pass along your sentiments to Lucky Buddy Bear. : )

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  7. Oh what a sweet picture! It makes me miss dogs SO much/ my two Goldens used to sit down with a huge smile on their faces saying "Yes, Yes, didn't I do good?" - didn't matter what = peeing, pooping, eating the garbage. Great picture.

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