In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
Oh..that poor pitiful puppity.How does she manage to endure???How's Major's noggin?A. McSp
Major's doing fine! He's a tough old fart. Back to his usual couch-sleeping duties. Poor fella, he's just not as photogenic as Lydia...- Patrice
Couldn't help myself.Had to come back for second looks at those precious smiles. Purely priceless.A.McSp
Great pictures. Our Great Pyrenees, Tucker, was hit while going up the road to visit another dog and I miss him so much! He was a wonderful dog.
Sooo sweet! I like our GP, but I think I might have to rehome him. He is "playing" to hard with the baby goats. Oh, and the chickens, he "plays" with the chickens. Oh, and the cattle, he "races" the cattle. Yep, I'm gonna have to rehome him.
I truly look forward to reading what is going on in your neck of the woods. I want to thank you for letting us in your head and your home. You have a super family and are truly blessed!
Advance notice: This is a "downer" comment. (I wish people wouldn't do this, but........ here I go). I love dogs and love your pictures, but having trouble looking at them. Within the last 6 weeks, I had to have both my precious 16 and 19 year-old chihuahuas put to sleep. I can't even begin to describe how much I miss them. My house is so sad and quiet - I hate coming home from work. I live alone here in Phoenix, and they were so much company. Hopefully, I will be ready to adopt a couple of dogs this fall.
Oh gosh, I'm sorry to hear that Lana. It is SO hard to lose pets. At least you had that many years with them -- larger dogs don't have as long a lifespan. I urge you to get new pets as soon as possible -- it really does help the pain. We got Lydia within a couple of days of putting my Gypsy to sleep.- Patrice
BIG Ol back rub!!