Friday, April 10, 2015

A Whole New Kind of Snow Angel

Some people say that Livestock Guardian Dogs should be raised only with the livestock and have minimal human contact.  We don't subscribe to that notion.









Extracting oneself gives a whole new meaning to the concept of making snow angels.

26 comments:

  1. Too sweet for words. When I take a flash shot my dog's eyes blaze with a green color. How did you correct for that?

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    1. I just got lucky with these, some of them did have green eyes.

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  2. You are going to miss these little angels!

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  3. That's beyond cute. Those little furballs are thriving.

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    1. They are for sale! Let me know how many you would like:)

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    2. If you asked me how many I'd LIKE... every single one of them! OK, one would be enough to make my heart explode. If only... (if only I lived in the appropriate place... and weren't as old... and tied down by family matters...). Great big sigh--and thanks for the pix, Kris! Has Farm Buddy made her choice yet? Hope all of the seven sweet souls still needing the perfect home will in fact find it! Precious beings that they are.

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  5. this post needs a SWEET Alert! i just LOVE It and would be like to be lying in that pile of pups.. they are just wonderful...

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  6. Oh my word - that is one of the cutest things I've ever seen!!! Absolutely adorable puff puppies...I don't care what anybody says - I'd be wallowing in puppies too! :) And for the record, I will never believe that love and affection ever does anything but good for everybody. Oh my gosh, I SO want one!!

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  7. So glad TexWisGirl sent me your link! I love this post! So SWEET!!!

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  8. Minimal human contact ?? One must be made of ice to resist those furry fuzzy cute little wooly fluffy balls !!

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  9. Speechless. Those puppies are beyond beautiful.

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  10. Just wondering: There seems to be one of those precious little doggie souls that's always a bit removed from "The Snow Angel Pile". If in fact it IS the same one. I keep thinking/wondering about it. Intrigues me - perhaps you have a hint/an answer for me?
    P.S. Of course you wouldn't subscribe to the notion of minimal human contact! After all, you not only have a heart but also a brain!... (What C-ing Spots said...)

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    1. I don't think there are any puppies who routinely go off by themselves. There are differences in personality that are starting to show. There is one big male who is very dominant and into everything and a small female who is kind of the runt of the litter, though she is doing just fine. If it warms up, they will scatter around to sleep, but if it is colder, they all end up in a heap. Sometimes, a few puppies will collapse in a pile, but one or two may wake up and relocate, leaving the sleepier one by itself. They are just 6 weeks old now and just beginning to be more individual, the next few weeks is when you can really start to see who is who.

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  11. Kris, those are WONDERFUL pictures!

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  12. I am overdosing on white sugar cuteness overload. They are beautiful and getting big fast. Thanks for sharing this adorable puppies with your followers.

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  13. There must be human contact that way the guard their humans too. Lovely dogs, I've known one in our neighborhood who took care of looking after everyone on the ridge.
    We all loved him.

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  14. To me, that would be utter bliss!!!!

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  15. Oh my!!! I would never, ever leave if they'd just lay around with me like that.

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