Sunday, November 13, 2005

Weekend Dog Blogging #9: We Have Contact!

Lucky Robin Gets a Kiss from One of Our New Llamas



  1. That's an adorable picture :) (As so often on your blog..) I am totally in love with your llamas!

  2. Awww, how cute! Nice to see everyone trying to get to know each other :)

  3. Your llamas are so nice looking with their big eyelashes and wet eyes!
    This doggie picture is really cute and so is the dog....
    Thanks for making me daydream of animals, gardens and farms!!!

  4. Ha, animals are so cool to observe. We can learn alot :)
    How is it raising llamas?

  5. who wouldn't want to kiss Robin...the llama must have seen her big smile.

  6. I'm so glad to see doggie blogging. I was seeing so much kitty blogging. I have neither but I love dogs so much that I would like to share doggie pictures from around the village

    Also wanted to make a note about the llamas. I read somewhere in a psychic communing with animal books that llamas have a really unique culture with midwives and storytellers. Now whether this is true or not, llamas do seem such special creatures that it wouldn't surprise me if it WAS true

  7. Looks like the llamas are unbending a bit and making themselves at home. Any chicken contact?


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