Friday, April 04, 2008

4/4/08: Daily Dose Of Cute


Anybody need an experienced sheep dryer?

Lucky Buddy Bear is half Australian Shepherd and half English shepherd. He loves his sheep so much he
licks them dry when they get wet.

Want to see more? Here's Bear (mostly) in action:
10/16/05: Evening Roundup
2/3/06: Stock Dog Extraordinaire
3/1/06: I'll Spring To Life If There's Trouble
3/5/06: Add Babysitting To Bear's Job Description
3/12/06: Resting But Ready For Anything
6/18/06: Now That's A Dedicated Dog
10/1/06: Bodyguard or Nanny Bear?
10/15/06: Veggie Patrol

2/18/07: Sheep Shearing Day Duties
3/15/07: Gang Activity
3/27/07: Hanging With Newborn Twins
4/22/07: Dog Inspection
9/3/07: Squirrel!
9/30/07: It's A Stock Dog's Life
11/25/07: Looking For Some Action

4/7/08: Surprise Inspection
4/11/08: A Tender Scene—and the Whole Picture
4/14/08: Scuffle in the Barnyard
4/18/08: Cary and the Nanny Bear in the Greenhouse
4/22/08: Bear the Babysitter
4/30/08: Staving Off Unwanted Advances
More Lucky Buddy Bear photos

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19 comments:

  1. Well, yes, you're right. That IS the cutest thing I've ever seen. What a sweet thing that Bear is. And also a very hard worker.

    Tell him not to forget to get behind the ears.

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  2. Lucky Buddy Bear is my favorite "person" on your blog. He's such a good nurse. I wish we could borrow him for a little while so he could teach our collies how to care for our sheep. All they ever want to do is play with the lambs--not very useful.

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  3. oh, wow, that's so sweet

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  4. Buddy Bear a nurturer by naturer?! Indeed cute as can be - also endearing, charming and funny. Thanks Susan - I needed this picture today!

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  5. This was a perfect picture! I needed some dog licking er, loving.

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  6. Extremely cute indeed!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  7. That's a great picture...made my Friday!

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  8. This may seem way too obvious, but how do I get to the start of your blog......I would like to go through it from the start........it's really wonderful to read about your farm life(Igerw up in the country in Oregon) We now have 30 rural acres ....Thanks Marianne

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  9. OMG that is SO CUTE! Always great to look at your photos in the morning. A big hug and thanks to you and Buddy Bear :)

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  10. C'est tout mimi ce blog..bravo pour ce moment de tendresse...Bon week-end.

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  11. Augh... This is so sweet. What a friend...

    Thank you for sharing this lovely scene.

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  12. Reminds me of Peanut and "her" babies this winter. But she was cleaning poopy bottoms and messy faces - I doubt if she'd want to dry them when they are grown! He is a sweet dog - you are so lucky to have him and he is so lucky to have you!

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  13. Bear is a total prince - animals just never cease to amaze me. When I don't feel well, my shih tzu jumps to the top of the couch like a cat and actually pats me on the shoulder. How you got that shot of bear is amazing!!! I love it.

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  14. In my opinion you are a very gifted and talented writer. You start to screen your thoughts, decide not to, and write about how you were going to.

    I don't know how you find the time to write so much with all the work that you do.

    I'm touched by your stories. You are truly amazing; and I wish I could pitch in and help you with your work and repairs.

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  15. In my opinion you are a very gifted and talented writer. You start to screen your thoughts, decide not to, and write about how you were going to.

    I don't know how you find the time to write so much with all the work that you do.

    I'm touched by your stories. You are truly amazing; and I wish I could pitch in and help you with your work and repairs.

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