Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Tuesday Dose of Cute:
You Shouldn't Take Chances with the Food Supply


That's Why We Use Marta Guard

Want to see more of Marta?:
Marta Baby Pictures
7/27/08:
Siesta Time
10/26/08:
Mostly Marta
10/28/08:
Just Doing Her Job
11/6/08:
Maybe Marta

1/24/09:
Keeping the Food Supply Safe
2/1/09:
Moping Marta
2/4/09:
Three Dog Sight
2/7/09:
Being Watched
3/4/09:
Food as Furniture
9/28/09: Tails in Tandem
11/27/09: Thanksgiving, the Morning After

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7 comments:

  1. Ok..you got me! This one made me laugh out loud! What a funny dog..that is just so cute and sweet! What would we do without animals?! Come say hi :D

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  2. Marta looks like she is being attacked by the hungry sheep. She is adorable. Does she stay with them in the barn at night?

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  3. I think that may be the best picture you have ever posted.

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  4. LOL! Thats a great picture!!

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  5. Marta looks just like a white version of my childhood dog! And so smart! My current dog (a Pyr) still can't be convinced that 0 degrees is anything but balmy... I'm getting better at summoning the will to play at freezing temps!

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  6. I LOVE this picture!! She is really doing her job well, it seems...taking it to a new level.

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