Minnie Belle the Giant

Aug
8

Annabelle’s pup, Minnie Belle, has been growing at an alarming rate. Here she is compared to Dr. Pepper, who is about six months old.

Here she is compared to the black lamb who was born a few days after her.

Here she is compared to her mother.

What next? Will she grow bigger than the house? Bigger than the farm? BIGGER THAN WEST VIRGINIA?


Should I call the Guinness Book of World Records? Alert the media? HEAD FOR COVER?

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 8, 2011  

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  1. 8-8
    1:46
    am

    My gosh, she’s huge! She must be part pyrenees or mastiff.

  2. 8-8
    2:05
    am

    LOL I was gonna say, must be the Great Pyr in her LOL.

  3. 8-8
    4:37
    am

    I wouldn’t worry until she gets bigger than GB!!!

  4. 8-8
    6:43
    am

    Must be all those cookies you feed them has taken it’s toll. :)

    TinaH

  5. 8-8
    7:26
    am

    Wow…she is big! She looks full grown already. How old is she now? For the non-sheep owner, What is normal size at this age :sheep: ?

  6. 8-8
    8:46
    am

    “What next? Will she grow bigger than the house? Bigger than the farm? BIGGER THAN WEST VIRGINIA?”

    Yes, she will continue to grow. She will be larger THAN THE SUN. Flee while you can.

  7. 8-8
    10:27
    am

    You should write a picture book! :)

  8. 8-8
    10:28
    am

    Well, looks like the Cotswald genes are showing.

  9. 8-8
    10:43
    am

    We don’t care how big Minnie Belle gets. At least She’ alive!!
    Doing rather well we might add! It must be the cookies at your house!
    Remind me if I should ever visit not to taste the cookies. I don’t need to get any bigger! :snoopy:

  10. 8-8
    4:16
    pm

    Great Pyr and ‘big bones’! She’s perfect :sheep:

  11. 8-8
    5:29
    pm

    Good grief, what did you cross her mother with? A bighorn sheep?

  12. 8-8
    6:39
    pm

    I think she’s trying to catch up with Glory Bee!

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