Goofy dog pictures...

Bleenie

Wyan-DO's
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It was pretty cold the other day and Layla was shivering so I decided to put a sweatshirt on her since we were just going to feed the birds & other animals quickly.

She's such a dork.
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And a few more of her playing with Bishop, my mom's Pitbull out in the field while we were checking out a strange noise we heard the night before.
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Bishop all in the mud
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Inspecting the log....*SPLOOSH!* lol
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snowhorse

Pantry Brook Farm
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I love all of your dogs! The sweatshirt is great, she looks like just a wonderful dog.

Is that a Austrailian Blue Heeler? I am interested in getting one, but heard they are not protective. I need something protective.
 

Bleenie

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Keely is 3/4 Blue Heeler and 1/4 Austrailian Shepard..She is protective of her owner & is constantly trying to keep the animals where they are supposed to be. She even helps get the ducks in at night sometimes.

If you do get one I would really suggest Obedience Classes..they can be pretty hyper. good dogs though.
 

snowhorse

Pantry Brook Farm
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Was also thinking Pit Bull, have always loved them, but don't know how they are as companions for horseback riding. Your mom's is gorgeous!

Any dog I want will need obedience training!
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Always seem to pick the high maintenance dogs!
 

Bleenie

Wyan-DO's
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She lost her Staffordshire just over a year ago and called us 2 days later Bawling telling us she missed her bully and NEEDED a new bully puppy, lol. We actually only paid $15 for him(VERY LUCKY!) Bishop can get pretty wound up but totally passes out after playing with other dogs or running around in the field for a while when they visit. both breeds are very smart, Bishop will even unlock her front door for us if it's locked
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the heelers tend to be 'nippy' with livestock, Keely even does it to the other dogs, lol.
 

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