Thursday, February 24, 2011

Thursday Dose of Cute: Hay Play

Fortunately the sheep and donkeys don't mind dog germs on their breakfast.

The Daily Donkey 19: Evie and Esmeralda Scratch an Itch

Love longears? On February 6th I started posting a new donkey photo every day! I call it The Daily Donkey, and you'll find them all corralled behind The Daily Donkey navigation tab up at the top of the page.

© FarmgirlFare.com, the rough housing foodie farm blog where when these two aren't moleing or patrolling (Beagle Bert is out in the hayfield working on his Junior Guard Dog Badge as I type), they're rolling.

5 comments:

  1. It's so great when all your pets get along with each other and Bert seems like "Mr. Personality." Loved the donkey rolling in the grass picture, too. My Yorkies do the same thing. Gotta' scratch that back! You really take the best pictures of your little cuties. I love them all.

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  2. It sure looks like Bear is enjoying Beagle Bert, now that they've gotten used to each other. I don't remember seeing so many pics of Bear playing until recently. Too much fun...

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  3. Bert's tail seems to be healing well! Glad he has bounced back from his "procedures" so quickly.

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  4. It sure seems like Bear and Bert love to be together and play together - such cuties! They make for great photos!

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  5. I love to see Bert and Bear together, what a pair. Your fine pictures let me
    enjoy dogs again. Thanks.

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