Poor Marta Beast, just trying to cool off in peace! ;)
Must have had dirty feet.
Has Marta grown or is it that she is fluffier since her bath? She looks bigger than Daisy (who looks a little worried in the third photo) . A certain (adorable)beagle is conspicuously absent from the photo series...I'm surprised he'd miss this little party!
Not sure I'd want to drink that water after dirty girl Marta Beast was in it!
The Beast is back!!! (She is my favorite Farmgirl resident, so glad to see some pics.)
Sometimes a girl just needs to cool off her paws after being on them all day. Guard dog work isn't easy, you know!!(Love those doggies!)
Aaaww... Marta is looking fluffy again! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
These dogs are wonderful! Love them!
What a wonderful place. As I like to live there, along with all those animals.I do not spend one single day without seeing this site.congratulations. and continue with your very beautiful work with these wonderful animals.Anabela BrancoPortugal
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