Much too sweet!
Oh, how adorable! We just recently rescued a Pyrenees and are smitten. You can see him dressed like a pirate here:http://teawithdee.blogspot.com/2012/03/ol-peg-leg-shiloh.html...and read the story of how he was rescued after being shot:http://teawithdee.blogspot.com/2012/03/shiloh.html
I'm beginning to think that, that is Daisy's favorite spot. I love them pup dog pics. The lambs are pretty darn cute too.
Cute pics of Daisy! It looks like the momma sheep is checking to make sure she is okay! :)
So, Daisy's just showing those lambs how it's done. Or she's inviting them for a cuddle. Either way - cutest.
Don't get me wrong...I love them all. The sheep and lambs, donkeys, cattle, chicken, llamas, horses....you name it. But dogs? Dogs are simply the best. And that sweet Daisy is right up there with the best of them. Thanks for the pictures. Love the written posts, too.Tracy B.
I see Friendly's lambs nursing in the background. How long do the ewes nurse the lambs? The lambs look so big already! She looks like such a great mother....
It took me a second to realize the dog wasn't a sheep!
Sweet Beautiful Daisy, looks like the baby lamb not quite sure who Mom is!
The fact that the ewe lets her little ones around the dog says a great deal about Daisy's temperament.
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