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Pets in the snow!

Posted by orchardcreek (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 23, 09 at 18:24

Here is a photo of my King Shepherd, Zoey, outside after the "Blizzard of '09". She just loved bulldozing paths with her nose and running around like a nut. Anyone else have photos to share?

Darn, I just realized I can't cut and paste the photo. Well, it's on my farm blog if you want to see it. In the meantime, I'll try to learn the right way to post photos!

Here is a link that might be useful: Orchard Creek Farm Blog


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RE: Pets in the snow!

Dont feel too bad, I can not figure out how to cut and paste photos let alone post them....gimme any dog to train over trying to learn this computer stuff any day.
My dog is part english bull mastiff, part alaskan husky, it took about 3 seconds for those husky genes to recognize what snow was good for. Why making little doggy angels, thats what. Needless to say we can not get him inside when there is snow outside...he plays until he is exausted


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