Giant Puppy, Lost in Thought

Jan
21


I’m sure she’s deep in serious livestock guardian dog contemplation, keeping an eye on the perimeter, watching for any sign of attack, preparing to risk life and limb for her goaties.


Coco: “Why haven’t I had Snausages in so long? Does she not love me anymore? Did they stop selling them? I miss Snausages.”

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 21, 2010  

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  1. 1-21
    2:05
    am

    It’s a hard life being a giant puppy. Us mere humans wouldn’t understand :P

  2. 1-21
    2:14
    am

    He’s a smart little fir ball. :sun:

  3. 1-21
    6:43
    am

    SO CUTE…I love Coco!! Come on over Coco I will hook ya up with some snausages!! :dancingmonster:

  4. 1-21
    7:09
    am

    Awww Coco, they DO still sell those, you’ll have to tell momma you need some on her next trip to town;)

  5. 1-21
    8:52
    am

    Awwww poor Coco…we don’t have Snausages but we do have Beggin Strips if you’re interested! :hungry2:

  6. 1-21
    8:52
    am

    “MY KINGDOM FOR A SNAUSAGE!!” Giant Puppy is such a sweetheart.

  7. 1-21
    9:39
    am

    Maybe Giant Puppy would like some of those cookies you are always giving to the goats?!?

  8. 1-21
    10:56
    am

    Come on Mom! Haven’t you figured out how to make homemade snausages yet??? (if you do, let me know…my Lab would be eternally grateful!)

  9. 1-21
    10:56
    am

    I think some homemade dog biscuits are in order…or maybe some doggie “brownies” (with liver) or doggie muffins (with bananas or carrots)…

  10. 1-21
    11:03
    am

    The baby NEEDS a snausage!!

  11. 1-21
    2:34
    pm

    She must have snausage sustenance in order to properly maintain her livestock guardian duties, don’t ya know? :?

  12. 1-21
    4:24
    pm

    This actually reminds me of my dh (dear hubby) right now. Because of illness and our rainy weather, he is having a bit of cabin fever right. Only difference is, our railings are white. ;)

    Grace in CA

  13. 1-21
    6:06
    pm

    Get that sweet baby some snausages!

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