Giant Guardian

Nov
4


It’s a giant job for a Giant Puppy. She stares, relentlessly, at the giant woods. She’s watching for giant bad guys! And she would eat them in one giant bite!

These two are too busy taking bites out of each other. They can’t do the giant job! They are the class clowns, the court jesters, the Keystone Kops.

There’s only one Giant Puppy.

And she knows it.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 4, 2010  

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  1. 11-4
    4:45
    pm

    :woof:
    Wonderin and a wishin.

  2. 11-4
    4:47
    pm

    That little one looks like he’s going to try and eat that other one!

  3. 11-4
    5:03
    pm

    Too cute! Dogs can be so funny and so serious!

  4. 11-4
    5:06
    pm

    Fe Fi Fo Fum……….

  5. 11-4
    5:19
    pm

    I love Cocoa. So stoic. So majestic. She’s like Queen Boadicia!

  6. 11-4
    5:30
    pm

    In this photo she reminds me of that Saturday morning cartoon of yesteryear…with the guardian sheep dog that foiled the coyote. Nothing seems to disturb her job!

  7. 11-4
    5:35
    pm

    What a good giant puppy! I’m LOL-ing at the second pic.

    Our female cat likes to sit and stare at nothing for long periods of time.

  8. 11-4
    5:39
    pm

    Just to cute!!!! :snoopy:

  9. 11-4
    5:40
    pm

    Yep, she looks like she will keep the wooly booger away.
    The other two, would probably let the wooly booger in.

  10. 11-4
    6:11
    pm

    What a hard worker! Nothing’s going to get by her, no sir! :)

  11. 11-4
    6:17
    pm

    I agree with Sheila – she’s the “clock in” and guard the sheep sheepdog from Loony Toons. :)

  12. 11-4
    6:52
    pm

    Isn’t it amazing the qualities and skills our dogs, and other animals, bring with them when they share their lives with us! Coco, the photo entry for “working dog.”

  13. 11-4
    7:49
    pm

    I love the giant puppy!!!

  14. 11-4
    8:44
    pm

    I’ve got 2 of these dogs and they spend many hours staring and sleeping (with one eye open) each day. All is quiet until something invades their space. Then they have the deepest bark, sounds like a roar. Meanwhile, they are totally people non aggressive, they just sound like they will bite your leg off.

  15. 11-4
    10:48
    pm

    Cute little story. I love Giant Puppy.

  16. 11-5
    2:03
    am

    She is so beautiful & brave.
    GP you go girl….

  17. 11-5
    6:46
    am

    Hopefully it’s not a giant bear Giant Puppy is looking! We have one here… Haven’t seen him, but I have seen his big paw prints and his big pile of poop on our road. He likes walking along the road a bit too much. I’m hoping I won’t come face to face with this bear one of these days!

  18. 11-5
    12:38
    pm

    I think they sleep with their eyes open, they make you think they are standing ground, watch for the head bob, if it droops, they are sleeping. My big dogs would do that, it is so funny!

  19. 11-5
    2:44
    pm

    we have a giant puppy too
    a spanish mastiff girl
    i always love your posts about yours b/c they are so
    similar in so many ways

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