Monday, February 7

Monday Dose of Cute: Persistent Pup

Persistent Pup 2

Persistent Pup 3

Persistent Pup 4

Persistent Pup 5

Persistent Pup 6

Persistent Pup 7
And Bear loves every minute of it.

Love longears? The Daily Donkey has begun! A link to today's donkey photo is below, and all The Daily Donkeys are corralled up here.

The Daily Donkey 2: Gus and Bert

©, the playful foodie farm blog where our beloved English/Australian Shepherd stock dog Lucky Buddy Bear turned 9 years old last month, but under Beagle Bert's tutelage, I'm pretty sure he's reverted back to 9 months old during this one.


  1. Buddy Bear has figured out that snow baths are the best way to keep that long collie hair clean... Plus they just feel good. Bert looks too busy to bathe!

  2. Puppies make us all feel and act younger! Love them!

  3. So cute! Who doesn't love a good romp in the snow with a friend?

  4. Loving that exuberance that comes in puppies; oh yes, and the Needle Teeth, I forgot how fun they are !~!

  5. Bert is pretty persistent, isn't he? Luckily Bear can more than hold his own. They are so cute playing together.

    p.s. Love the Daily Donkey!

  6. Beagles have so much energy and are just eat up with cuteness.


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