Friday, June 06, 2008

Friday Daily Dose of Cute:
Water Babies - A Story in Pictures


Eager Anticipation - The Water Tank Has Arrived!




























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9 comments:

  1. Definitely a Dog Thing huh? Your critters look most thrilled with their new water source as well swimmin hole - their faces just have a "what can we get into next" expresssion!

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  2. Nothing like a new spa to perk you up on a hot day! Just what a hairy dog needs. But not MY hairy dogs. They detest water unless they're drinking it.

    Adorable!

    Robin at Bumblebee

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  3. It must be a bit dangerous to be in the spray when those two shake the water off! They are getting so big!

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  4. I hardly recognize those pups! They're growing up so fast!

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  5. Aww! I love your new sheep dogs! They look so happy :D. Ibet they'll help keep the deer away from your lovely garden too!

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  6. Gah! Does the cute never end? Those two are so darned adorable! You gonna shear 'em along with the sheep? evilGrin

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  7. Will these guys get shaved too? They have to be hot. It's about 100 here today and we've got at least three more days of it. Even the cold water doesn't seem to help out.

    How is your new home coming along? Will you be moving in this year?

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  8. That's hilarious!!! My sheep HATE it when one of the labs ( namely Vinnie ) decides to cool off in the water buckets. I guess it's just not their thing. Even tho Vinnie gives them kisses for letting him get cooled off, they just don't like " Labrador-flevored water " .
    Benita

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  9. Is there room for me? Hot, hot, hot here in NH!
    Cutest little pups - and no doubt mischievous as their little faces clearly show!

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