Sunday, February 12

Weekend Dog Blogging #21

Lucky Buddy Bear Entertains The Newest Member Of The Flock

Attention Dog Lovers! It's time for Weekend Dog Blogging #21!
To see more fun dog photos and discover yummy new food blogs, head over to
Sweetnicks on Sunday night for the complete roundup. Can't get enough canine candids? 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.

Starving for something more filling than fur? Don't miss the always delicious (& highly informative) Sunday night
Weekend Herb Blogging roundup at Kalyn's Kitchen. (All plants welcome.)


  1. Haha - "C'mon, everyone - do the Buddy! It's fun!!" :)

  2. What? Does he get all protective of the babies running about?

    Have a great day!

  3. Hi Jeff,
    When I named him, I had no idea he would turn into a (break)dancing Bear! : )

    Hi Amy,
    You definitely need a lamb. They'll mow the lawn, and they don't have to go to college! : )

    Hi Heather,
    Bear absolutely LOVES his baby lambs. The mothers (especially some of them like Clare) are very protective and try to scare Bear away from their babies. Bear realizes what they're doing, and he's pretty good about staying some distance from them. But what he really wants to do (and will do, if the mothers let him) is lick and kiss and clean up the lambs if they are messy.

    He is so good with his sheep. There is nothing like watching him trying to lick a full-grown, very woolly, totally rain-soaked sheep dry! It is just too cute.


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