Marta Beast looks like a big pile of furry love. Were you hit with a big snowstorm? Hope you are ding well.
What a crackup! I've been meaning to ask you if the dogs sleep outside all the time with the sheep. I remember when you got the first 2 and it was hard to imagine livestock guard dogs and them being the defense, but they have been amazing defenders, haven't they? and do the sheep stay outside overnight unless they are birthing? Are you still sleeping in the hut? Sooo many questions ;)! Hope you're staying warm.
I just sent you an email- we have the same dog!! LOL i have Lily who looks a lot like this pic- too cute. New follower
This just makes my day! Good 'ole Marta Beast. Any more lamb pics? I know you're a busy woman, but we all just love the updates.
What a cutie she is! Good girl, Marta Beast, good girl!!
Awww, now that is a cute face!
She looks like she's asking you for something. And whatever it was, I am 100% positive you gave it to her. Because no one on this earth could resist that face!Sue
Oh how adorable!!
Is she a Bouvier des Flandres?Marie
Hi Marie,Marta is a 100+ pound mix of three livestock guardian dog breeds: Great Pyrenees, Komondor, and Anatolian Shepherd. She's also 100% goofball. :) She's great at her job, and we love her to pieces!
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