Eating curds and drinking from the bubbler in south central Wisconsin
No time for umbrellas and extra flashes and such, these guys were on the move.
Yep, they are a motley crew! I hope that you ad the pooches had a great Christmas. Thanks for stopping by, Happy New Year and stop back again.
That they are, and I would have gotten a sixth and possibly seventh brother if I'd been there later on Christmas Eve.
Aww! and all looking toward the camera heheh! so cute :-)Happy New Year :-)
All but Roscoe who is losing patience and/or letting everyone know he's the ruler of the motely kingdom.
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They are not, can you imagine? I'm their babysitter, cousin, and dogwalker. I've spent a lot of time with them and they definitely see me as part of their pack.
What a bunch of cuties!
They are, all with wildly different personalities and I love each of them.
Aptly titled. Who's the top dog?
I want to say me, however, that would be Roscoe, aka "Bonehead" the big black lab.
Cool crew!Happy New Year from Germany
A very belated HNW to you, Mascha. I'm pretty happy that seven weeks later ol' Farty and Bonehead are moving back.
How in the world did you get everyone to pose for you?! We couldn't get seven people to all look the same way!Here's my Wordless Wednesday!
Treats, I've got treats, pleassseee, just stand still for one second, no, stay, STAY, staaayyyyy, etc.
I can only imagine what you promised them when they would all stand still and look at the camera!! Great and cute shot for ALL SEASONS:):) Hope you had a great time on Christmas day and now up to the New Year!
They didn't quite do what I wanted, but they did their level best. I had a pocketful of treats which went pretty quickly and Mr. French (b&w Teddy) wasn't all that interested in them. Oliver kept moving toward me and Roscoe (black lab) wouldn't look my way for more than a nano second.
Wow that is quite a crew. They sure are well-behaved. Heck, in the old days I could never even get a good picture of all four of my kids at once -- especially standing still with a smile on their faces. (Not sure whether that is a compliment to your dogs or a diss to my kids, but they are all grown up and middle aged now, so I think they'd forgive me ;>)
Ha, they are just like kids with many of the same ants in the same pants (so to speak). Four kids can't be so easily controlled by a pocketful of treats, hahaha.
Looks like you have a full house! how fun! Happy New Year!
I'll hopefully see the house full in a month or so again, Kelleyn.
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