Poky and the Giant Puppy

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There’s something weird going on. A disturbance in the force. A love affair between Poky and the Giant Puppy. I’m still observing. I haven’t figured it out. I think it’s one-sided. I think Coco wants HELP. Pocahontas keeps following her around the goat yard draping herself all over Coco….. I might have to ask Jack what he thinks about this. I’ve never seen Jack draping himself over the sheep!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 4, 2009  

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  1. 11-4
    2:17
    am

    That is so precious. It’s great they get along so well. Wonder what they are thinking. :snuggle:

  2. 11-4
    4:00
    am

    That is such a sweet picture. She loves her protector.

    Cece

  3. 11-4
    5:19
    am

    Ahhhhh how sweet.

  4. 11-4
    5:54
    am

    Awww,maybe you could use shots like that for your next calendar. (I know….Clover would’nt like it!)

  5. 11-4
    7:33
    am

    Awwwww that’s so cute. Maybe one day our Phoebe and Shep will be like that…crossing my fingers.

  6. 11-4
    7:46
    am

    I bet that Jack needs to have a visit with his girl.

  7. 11-4
    7:51
    am

    I LOVVVVVVVVVVE this pic! How incredibly adorable. Wouldn’t you give alot to know what they are thinking. Maybe you need a 2nd donkey. Someone is lonesome.

  8. 11-4
    8:10
    am

    The ultimate “Peaceable Kingdom”.

  9. 11-4
    8:42
    am

    Today must be a big dog and donkey day for me…. this morning while walking my Saint B :sun: ernard Ella, and my lab mix Steinbeck we came across 2 adorable mini donkeys eating grass in the ditch by the road. Our neighbors must have gotten them recently. They were sooo sweet and cute! I want one so bad! Anyway I walked up to the neighbors house and woke them to let them know their donkey were out. You just never know what kind of adventures you will have on an early morning dog walk on a country road!

  10. 11-4
    9:28
    am

    Pokey is just a little luv muffin!

  11. 11-4
    9:52
    am

    Thats what I like to see, animals that live in harmony. :hug:

  12. 11-4
    10:14
    am

    Maybe Poky is offering Coco a ride, since the hens ride on her!!

  13. 11-4
    10:40
    am

    Maybe she’s cold and Coco feels like a hot water bottle.

  14. 11-4
    12:05
    pm

    Ohh. How sweet! I am constantly amazed by your animals and you. You manage to capture them perfectly. Thank you.

  15. 11-4
    12:40
    pm

    That is so sweet! Love it!

  16. 11-4
    1:15
    pm

    How adorable is THAT?
    I think you are right…something is definitely going on!
    Keep your eyes on both of them!

  17. 11-4
    3:42
    pm

    What a great picture. Normally dogs are the enemy of donkeys, as dogs are predators and donkeys are prey. Our donkeys absolutely hate dogs, and whenever one has come into the pasture, the donkey puts it’s ears back, head down, and chases it away. Yet I’ve seen a lot of photos of the 2 being friends. This is so nice to see.

  18. 11-4
    11:21
    pm

    Maybe Coco was sharing her tale of being banished from the porch and Poky was reassuring her that she is still loved! :snoopy:

  19. 11-5
    8:34
    am

    in LOVE with this picture!

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