Monday, November 08, 2010

Monday Dose of Cute: A Guard Dog's Life

A Guard Dog's Life 1
12:59 PM

A Guard Dog's Life 2
12:59 PM

A Guard Dog's Life 3
1:00 PM

We love our Great Pyrenees Crazy Daisy!
(click here and here to see all these posts on two long pages)
1/28/09: Snowed In! (scroll down to see Daisy)
3/19/09: Nap Time
3/23/09: Bear Hug


12/30/09: Snow Day!
1/19/10: Oh, Look
2/11/10: Girl Power (one of my favorite photos)

5/27/10: Barn Life
6/10/10: Sharing the Shade (this one always cracks me up)

10/17/10: And She Sleeps
10/27/10: Marta in Motion (and Daisy in focus)

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3 comments:

  1. Those are great photos...and the questionable donkey is still as cute as can be!

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  2. He looks just like one of the sheep!

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