Sunday, May 28, 2006

Weekend Dog Blogging #36


Cary & The Nanny Bear

Attention Dog Lovers! This Is Weekend Dog Blogging #36!
To see fun dog photos and discover delicious new food blogs, visit
Sweetnicks on Sunday night for the roundup. For more pup pics, head over to the Friday Ark for dozens of links to all kinds of critters.

Care more for Cary photos? She's been spending quite a bit of time in the kitchen garden with me. Click
here and here if you just can't get enough of her.

And I promise you that dog, cat, lamb, and donkey lovers alike will all enjoy this special Weekend Dog Blogging extra, written by my fellow
shepherdgirl pal (and wonderful artist) Katherine Dunn at Apifera Farm. Just click here to discover the very best thing you'll read all month.

8 comments:

  1. They are truly adorable ! What a wonderful joy for Lucky Buddy Bear, Gino would love it as well. Have a good start into the new week ! Much love, gino and angelika

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  2. Ohh, I wanted to write "job", but I wrote "joy" - in this case it's all the same, right ?

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  3. Cary looks so big now!
    And I like the thought from Angelika that the typo really should have been JOY.

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  4. I want to kiss Cary's fuzzy head. Bear is a good nanny. My dogs would have attacked Cary. Cary is the best gardening company.

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  5. This reminds me of the children's book about the babysitter Rotweiller dog. I think his name is Carl? That may be the name of the book. A brilliant picture book with lovely illustrations. The dog spends the entire day babysitting a little child, and the book chronicles their activities. It is precious.

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  6. Cary and Nanny Bear are very sweet! I love the way Nanny Bear cares about Cary; she's surely a good nanny...

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  7. Cary and Nanny Bear are so sweet--I would love to hug them both! They're becoming good friends.

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  8. I was wondering what kind of a dog Nanny Bear is.. I recently adopted a dog from the streets that looks similar. I put a link to his pictures as my webpage. Love the blog, btw. :D

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