Friday, May 9

Friday Daily Dose of Cute: In the Dog House?

Did I Do Something Wrong?

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  1. Oh my goodness - even when you remind yourself - these are working dogs not pets - well I'm quite taken with that face!

  2. That is the most adorably tragic thing ever! (someoneElse says, "Why does Susan treat her puppies so bad?")

  3. Awwww...yes, I know the difficulties with training puppies, those looks are devastating!!! :) But farmgirl, persist, keep on keeping on! You'll get better with your game face, even if your heart isn't. :) Good luck!

  4. OK It's too late, I'm in love! You've got to keep them.
    For the record, tell Buddy Bear that he will always be my first love. I confess I'm quite smitten with Robin too.

  5. We call that the "puppy dog face" and it can melt your heart in one second flat - all dogs RULE!

    I love all your doggies, but it's always fun to learn about the latest additions to the farm.

    Thanks for a fabulous blog!

  6. Oh, I think I want one. Or two, at least.

  7. I can't even stand it - way way WAY too cute and my goodness, growing at the speed of light.

  8. Those eyes!!!

    They could melt the hardest heart!

  9. cuuuuut! i melting away!


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