Monday, April 07, 2008

Monday Dose Of Cute


Surprise Inspection

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17 comments:

  1. Bear always looks so serious and stoic.

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  2. That donkey has the sweetest face!

    Here is my Dog Blog!
    http://thebarberbunch.blogspot.com/

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  3. Lucky Buddy Bear is obviously too intent on his sheep to worry about the donkey behind him. As it should be. In a funny coincidence, I wrote about one of my dogs yesterday, and her sister a few days ago. My dogs appear more in my blog than my husband does. I probably shouldn't analyze that too closely. :-)

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  4. This picture reminds me of Garfield and Odie... you know how Garfield is always kicking Odie off the table? hee hee.

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  5. Kristin: same here! I actually wrote about my dog's birthday a few days ago, and it's spawned an interesting conversation in my comments section.

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  6. Bear does look stoic, but he loves his sheep! It's cute!
    Here is my Dog Blog!
    www.jemimajones.blogspot.com
    Rachele J Beck

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  7. Today's my Mister Farley's 8th birthday.... lots of farm related goodies on my blog, Sassy and Sweet.
    http://sweetmissdaisy.typepad.com

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  8. For dachshund lovers.

    www.dachsie.org/vbb

    Great message board for all things dachshund (and just general dog stuff).

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  9. I posted about my beautiful dog Chika in January:

    http://0521kt.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/oh-what-a-beautiful-dog/

    He is also an Australian Shepherd mix.

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  10. I don't have a dog. Or a donkey. Or a farm. But they are all on my dream list and I am LOVING these photos. Thank you!

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  11. My favorite dog blog is Checkers' World at

    http://cardigancorgi.wordpress.com

    it puts a smile on my face everyday!

    My dogs make it into my blog a bit too - particularly Milo the Jack Russell puppy we brought home who grew into an Irish Wolfhound.Lucky we're on 5 acres.

    http://alysonhill.wordpress.com

    I'm trying to get better with the digital camera, so my photos look like yours FarmGirl...I'll keep trying till I get it right!

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  12. If you visit my blog and enter the word Jackson in the search field, you will find lots of photos and stories of our wonderful Aussie puppy. Love for him is oozing into the void left by my beloved bulldog, who we had to put down unexpectedly in October. There's also sheep and lambie photos, lovebird and chicken photos, horse photos, and a rare few of our camera-shy barn cat. I always love YOUR photos!

    www.boulderneigh.blogspot.com

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  13. Well, here is the start of Elvis' story:
    http://dart1121.blogspot.com/2008/02/surgery-for-elvis.html

    Happy to say he is recovering nicely.

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  14. My favorite dog blog is aplacetobark.blogspot.com. She is a one woman rescue who does amazing things for the animals in need.

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  15. We have 5 dogs and other farm animals that we blog about!
    http://duskwindfarm.blogspot.com/
    They certainly make our life more fun!

    Oh by the way I just made the ham hocks recipe- We love love love it! Thank you!
    Jennifer Peterson

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  16. I have a golden retriever that blew her coat a few weeks ago. It took forever and all of us were literally covered in fur most days. I just got used to it after a while. And then, it just stopped. Sami, our puppy, felt so bad about it, she wrote me this lovely note of apology:

    http://testdrivekitchen.blogspot.com/2008/03/great-shed-of-2008.html

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