Wednesday, August 14

Wordless Wednesday Big Dose of Farm Dog Cute

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  1. Wow! What a nice series highlighting the dogs on---and off---duty! Your dogs are all working dogs---they have a job to do which makes them special, and different than most dogs.
    Bert isn't really lending Bear a paw (or nose) with the mole patrol though! He is just being his cute self. They all are.

  2. Great Pyrs really are marvellous excavation machines!

  3. He's totes adorbs from any angle, but is Beagle Bert looking a little extra "robust" these days? That's quite the belly he's sporting in the last photo. Are moles high in fat? :^)


  4. Aaaaawww... I want to give all of them a hug! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  5. Oh, this made me laugh. A big hole. A white dog. Geeze. It occurs to me that you essentially have a large pack of teenage boys in dog suits living on your farm. Hilarious.

  6. It looks like someone told Bear a very funny joke and he's rolling on the ground laughing. Your dogs are so special. Thanks for sharing them.

  7. Just what I needed today! They are so adorable.......and Bert IS looking a little he fattening up in anticipation of a bleak winter? :) Also, in the ones where Bear and Marta(?) are in the big dug up area-did the dogs do that or is it a human work in progress?

  8. Note to self: in next life, be a dog.

  9. Loving the pictures of Marta the Beast!

  10. What a wonderful dog's life!


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