Sunday, June 18, 2006

Weekend Dog Blogging #39

After A Rainstorm












Lucky Buddy Bear loves his sheep so much he licks them dry when they get wet. Now that's a dedicated shepherd dog! Click here if you'd like to see more pictures of Bear.

Attention Dog Lovers! This Is Weekend Dog Blogging #39!
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22 comments:

  1. What a great dog Bear is! Those pictures are too cute.

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  2. Now that's above and beyond the call of duty!

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  3. Robert Nanders6/18/2006 11:24 PM

    That's gotta be the cutest thing ever! My dog would probably just pee on them, he's not good for much else - growls when he's happy, sad, confused... sigh... where did we go wrong?

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  4. Beverley, UK6/19/2006 1:07 AM

    Glad you got some rain at last Susan.

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  5. Ooooh, that's so sweet! Your Bear dog is very affectionate with his sheep and that's great!...

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  6. A nice blog, you have! A nice farm, too. I whish you a happy life in it, as I have in mine, althout smaller than your's. See mine in www.jardimdepedra.blogspot.com
    It's a tipical little farm in Madeira Island, Portugal, in the middle of Atlantic ocean

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  7. Bear is such a dedicated sheep sitter! When I get my sheep can you clone him to watch my babies? Can you do an article about what makes a dog a good/bad sheep sitter?

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  8. Cute... slightly kinky but still cute.

    :)

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  9. Awwww, now that's love!!

    One of our cats insists on doing the same thing to my head after I get out of the shower. Is that wierd?

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  10. oh my gosh, that has to be one of the cutest things i've ever seen! buddy takes his job SERIOUSLY!

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  11. Oh, that's adorable! What a good shepherd! I love your photos! You take them so well!

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  12. Awe, that is adorable. And you can't beat free sheep grooming!

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  13. I just found your "blog of note" and am so happy I did! My boyfriend and I have recently relocated from Vancouver, BC to rural Saskatchewan for reasons which sound very similar to yours (we're both young-ish art school graduates). It's been less than two months and there have been equal parts laughter and tears. What have we done? It seems that things have worked out for you. I am trying to remain hopeful that they will for us. I started a blog when we left Vancouver called "Going Rural" but I think your blog is by far superior (I am more of a photographer than writer). I'll be back.

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  14. awwww that is odd yet really cute

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  15. Hi,
    Bear needs weekends off from such a job. My wife and I, Agape, would be interested in applying for a weekend job allowing Bear to go into town on weekends and see the ladies.

    Airwick and Agape
    www.agape.crazyguyonabike.com

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  16. I've never seen a dog be so friendly to a baby llama before. I think that's because normally dogs and llamas are enemies (in the wild).

    Love,
    Rod Biscoe

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  17. Yesyesyes, every good dog needs his very own special task. Simply adorable. Best regards from angelika and gino

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  18. that is the cutest thing ever!

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  19. You know you've got a lazy pooch when he starts using other animals as headrests. :P

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  20. My goodness those pictures are so cute I could die!!

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