Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Tuesday Second Dose of Cute:
Just How Deep Was That Snow?


It Was Up to a Beagle's Belly!

Want to see Robin in warmer temperatures (and with her legs)?
The Story of How Robin Trotted Into My Life
6/15/05:
Peek-a-Boo Beagle
7/7/05:
Sitting At the Front Yard Gate
8/9/05:
Robin's Smile Is Infectious
9/12/05:
One Hot & Happy Beagle
11/13/05:
We Have Llama Contact!
11/22/05:
From Out of the Fog, A Little Beagle Dog
11/24/05:
Year Round Thankfulness
12/10/05:
Robin Loves Deer Season

1/15/06:
Robin & Leopold
1/29/06:
She Knows Every Warm Spot on the Farm
2/19/06:
Fresh Spring Water is Better than Evian
4/30/06:
Busted Nesting in my New Garden Bed
5/14/06:
Beagle in Paradise
7/26/06:
Heading Out on Her Morning Route
8/26/06:
Robin Loves Life on the Farm
9/17/06:
Hot Dog vs. Parched Pussycat
11/20/06:
It's Monday Morning. Wake Up!
11/24/06:
Ear Flaps Up? Check.

2/24/07:
Curious & Oblivious (aka Patchy Cat & Robin)
7/17/07:
Haying Supervisor
9/13/07:
One Hardworking Beagle

5/15/08:
After Some Fluffy White Puppy Kisses
8/9/08: Puppy Love
10/5/08: Little Beagle, Large Backyard
11/3/08: A Girl's Gotta Draw the Line Somewhere

2/4/09: Three Dog Sight
3/3/09: Little Beagle, Big Snowstorm
7/4/09: The Dog Days of Haying Season
7/9/09: It's My Birthday!
8/7/09: Why I Don't Landscape the Front Yard
11/23/09: Thirteen Years and She's Still Got It
1/24/2010: Cold Backs, Warm Heart?

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11 comments:

  1. I always feel sorry for female dogs in the winter when they squat. I would hate to have to dip
    you know what into the snow!

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  2. Oh how sweet, he's sure a cutie little Beagle Belly!

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  3. That's a lot for one small dog to handle! Does she like the snow overall?

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  4. Oh, how adorable! I've been slowly reading through ALL your archives [yes, that is determination right there. One of my friends has oodles of dried garbanzo beans, we may have a night where we try out a couple of your recipes, I'll report back], just wanted to say that I've loved reading/glimpsing everything you've shared :-), congratulations on the cookbook and I do hope you also get to write a book about your experiences one day, and to keep it up!

    Oh yes, and we just got a bunch of snow dumped on us as well.

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  5. What a cute pooch! You got lots more snow than we did here in SW Missouri!We had the forcast 1 inch.

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  6. Oh, how I love to see a beagle in blog land! Having 2 oldster beagles myself, girl and boy, I frequently post their ridiculous faces.

    I agree with krissy, my girl beagle hovers when she pees in winters because she just can't take getting cold down there. Too funny. But then she will immediately go play and roll in near frozen mud.

    Beagles...

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  7. This level of snow would be no good for bassets! Hope it melts soon.

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  8. Instant wiener dog :) Hi there cutie!

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  9. Wow! That was just the right depth and just soft enough to sink.

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  10. Sounds impressive. Until you remember that a beagle's belly is not all that high off the ground...hee hee!

    Congrats on the book in the works! That will be an adventure.

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  11. Aww it makes me miss my grandparents dog Bud! I loved that Beagle. Your's is just as cute but slightly less round than Bud was...he was umm healthy! LOL

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