Sunday, February 5

Weekend Dog Blogging #20

And You Thought He Just Herded & Protected Them

Attention Dog Lovers! It's time for Weekend Dog Blogging #20!
To see more fun dog photos and discover yummy new food blogs, you can usually head over to
Sweetnicks on Sunday night for the complete roundup. But this weekend Sweetnicks is out of town, so Alicat has graciously taken over WDB duties. Please visit her at Something So Clever for the Sunday night roundup.

Pining for more puppy pics? Check out the weekly
Carnival Of The Dogs at Mickey's Musings. And at The Friday Ark you'll find dozens of links to every kind of critter imaginable.

Have an appetite for more than just adorable animals? Don't miss the always delicious (& highly informative) Sunday night
Weekend Herb Blogging roundup at Kalyn's Kitchen. (All plants welcome.)


  1. Ah, a great dog, performing for the sheep. :)

  2. Hey there Farmgirl! Just a note to let you know Sweetnicks is out of town and I am actually having the round up at my place this Sunday. Everyone can email me at :o) Thanks!

  3. That's hilarious! If the sheep could laugh, that's what they'd be doing!

  4. Looks like he entertains them too!

  5. who is laughing? me or those sheep.

    this is just sooo great.
    By they way who taught him the tricks?

  6. Hello Farmgirl...
    I snuck into the computer room after a sleepy weepy afternoon with my 22 month old son to see what you had posted. Yep, Blogger was in rare form on Saturday -- but gratefully all seems to be well now.
    Love the photos as usual.. and have had my FG fix! *sighs with relief*(lol)

    Have a great evening and look forward to new photo experiences throughout the week.

  7. That looks exactly like the circle of onlookers that always forms around a breakdancer. Awesome.

  8. i love your photos, farm girl. yup, i'm with kat on this one; that kind of happy rolling can mean only one thing: poop perfume for doggies!

  9. Hi Tim,
    Exactly! : )

    Hi Alicat,
    Thanks so much for the heads up. Once again I was out of the loop. Oops. Have the post changed now. And thanks for guest hosting WDB!

    Hi Makamomakadrakahpetc,
    Welcome to the farm? What? You don't think sheep can laugh? : )

    Hi I Gallop On,
    Welcome to the farm! I loved reading about your giant horse. Yep, Bear is in charge of entertainment around here as well. : )

    Hi Sha,
    I think everybody is laughing. I know I was. Who taught him the tricks? Nobody! Bear came with the Super Deluxe Set Of Instincts.

    You wouldn't believe how long his job description is. You do know he gardens as well, right?

    Hi Heather,
    Glad you were able to fit in a farm fix. Hopefully we'll come up with some interesting pics this week. Maybe, mabye, mabye even a photo of a newborn lamb. Of course with Blogger problems and now my dial-up connection disconnecting a dozen times just while trying to write this comment, who knows what will get posted! : )

    Hi Kat,
    Yep, that's what it looks like, but this time it's definitely not. It's Showtime For Sheep all the way! : )

    Hi Jamie,
    That's because that is a circle of onlookers around a breakdancer! : )

    Hi Bourgogne,
    Thanks and welcome to the farm! Robin is usually the one I find rolling around in ecstasy in um, stuff. Bear is too busy on the job. : )

  10. I'm left wondering if your dog break dances, or if he rolls over and the sheep actually come and rub his tummy. LOL!

  11. that is one great dog and great phot! Thanks Farmgirl!


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