We soon may get a dog. It will be interesting to see how The Queen of the Universe reacts.
which one's salt ? ;-)
Kind of picture it's soooo nice to wake up to!
Dogs are nice. However, they must learn that cats rule the world. This is how it works: human beings dominate the canine community---and felines boss us around. Dogs, are at best, third down on the totem pole.
Great Pyrenees, right?
Buddy,Since you can only see her ankles I can't fathom how you arrived at that conclusion. Do tell.
I used to have a hound dog named 'no stubby bad dog'. No kidding, no stubby bad dog became his name because he heard it so much. He was a gift.One Christmas I was milking cows and another dairy farmer showed up in my milk parlor with a hound dog pup wearing a red ribbon around its neck. The farmer handed me the dog and said "Merry Christmas" turned and walked out the door. With me screaming "Come back here you sob I don't need another mut".I kept the dog and his best friend was a barn cat named Tabby. They slept together every night. It was the damndest thing.
The shadows, man, those two shadows!
Raised 'em for years, as herd dogs. Deep barking = scared coyotes.
Got it, Buddy. Excellent observational skills, BTW. Nuttin' that exotic. Just your garden variety "white golden".
buddy:Did ya burn out two vacuum cleaners a year from all the shedding? Beautiful dogs, though. Gorgeous. Probably too big and active for my current life. And do they barque in Basque, that's what I wanna know?I don't know what I want. A mutt consisting of black lab or golden plus whatever would be fine, though I could also buy a '48 Chrysler Town and Country and some tweeds and a pair of these.
Har! ...and to think I forwent using a pun on barking herd dogs as "heard" dogs. As a pun, I thought it too low. But then I read about barquing in Basque. Thanks--misery loves company!
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