Monday, June 20, 2011

Monday Dose of Cute: Teamwork

Bert, Bear, and Tuffy the hen on Mole Patrol 1 - FarmgirlFare.com

Lots more photos below. . .

Bert, Bear, and Tuffy the hen on Mole Patrol 2 - FarmgirlFare.com




















On the Mole Patrol!
12/28/10: Mole Hunting
2/22/11: Bert's Back in Action
2/28/11: It's Monday
5/17/11: Why We Laugh at the Thought of Landscaping the Backyard


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24 comments:

  1. Must be something mighty good under there...

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  2. I think the chicken was supervising that dig. Looked like the dog had fun digging!!! love the pics.
    Theresa
    purpleteddybear@yahoo.com

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  3. this reminds me of the time my great dane puppy dug a whole at the fenceline, not one he could get his fat ass under, but just big enough to free the lab on the other side. then they went for a joy run.

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  4. That produced a whole lot of smiles here. You will let us know if the shed falls over from lack of ground support. Our dog dug a three foot long two foot deep hole in the backyard going after a mole. I think she did get it too.

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  5. If your hen is in good shape mine are too skinny!

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  6. Animals are a constant source of amusement. What, pray tell, were they digging for....China, shade, treasure????

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  7. Those pics are so funny . The chicken looks like their supervisor. Hope everybody found something good and the other side. Gave me a SMILE for the day. Thanks!

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  8. LB Bear looks like he's smiling.

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  9. They really are so cute, love all your farm animals Susan!

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  10. Kinda makes you wonder what they are looking for??? And Bear looks like he is smiling in the 2nd to last picture - so I guess "the dig" was successful! Love these pictures - love all the animals! Thanks for sharing them with us!

    Barb

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  11. Hens are so smart. Mine come running as soon as I pick up a shovel, they know there will soon be worms. Yours has already figured out that pup is worth keeping an eye on. How did you all exist before that pup?

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  12. In that last shot of Bert, I can just hear him saying to you, "Why are you just standing there with that camera? You could be helping, you know!"

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  13. Good grief. Did Abe Lincoln carve those logs? What a historic structure.

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  14. The chicken cracks me up! :)

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  15. WELL? Did they get it? Don't leave us hangin', Susan.

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  16. What cute pictures. What are they digging for? There must be something under there. Nevertheless, they had fun. Makes a person smile to see these kind of picture's.

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  17. The chicken in the photo puts it over the top. Great series of pictures.

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  18. That is such a cute set of three musketeers!!

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  19. Their're so lovely!!

    Eloisa

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  20. The hen cracks me up! It's so fantastic that everyone gets along so well on your farm! (Well, everyone but the moles... but nobody invited them anyway.)

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  21. hi! i just came across your blog today and was thrilled to see that your dog bear looks exactly like our dog!! :-D in fact they could be twins!
    can you tell me what breed he is? no one out here seems to be quite sure. thanks a ton and love to all the animals!

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  22. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks for all the comments. I'm so glad you enjoyed this series of photos as much as I did.

    As to what they're digging for - moles! And thankfully they've actually started catching some, because the Mole Patrol damage has far outweighed the mole damage lately, LOL.


    Hi Keka,
    It's always great to hear from somebody who has Bear's 'twin!' :)

    Bear is half Australian Shepherd and half English Shepherd, but apart from being much shorter, he looks almost exactly like his English Shepherd mom.

    English Shepherds come in all colors and styles, and because many people are unfamiliar with the breed, they're often misidentified or unidentified. You can read more about them and see how much the breed varies on the website of the National English Shepherd Rescue, which is a wonderful organization. :)

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