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post #1 of 38 Old 12-20-2011, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Wet horses and the next generation of cowdogs

Just snapped a few pictures yesterday while I was doing chores. We were forecast with 5-8 inches of snow but all we got yesterday was a lot of rain. Ended up with 1-2 inches of snow last night but I haven't got any pix from today. If I get some this afternoon, I'll just add them on to this thread.

Even though it was raining, the horses were more concerned with just standing around eating than trying to get to shelter...






All the boys in the big pasture...














The horse that has been lovingly dubbed "*******" is enjoying his turnout in the small paddock.


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post #2 of 38 Old 12-20-2011, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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And, just snapped a few pictures of the puppies. They are about 8 weeks old now and are growing like weeds. Kiba (the one with the brown) is about twice the size of his sister, Syl. She is the runt but it's more than that, he's just a freak of nature LOL.


Tobi, the black one on the right, has already perfected the "puppy dog eye" look ROFL.










Here, the one on the right is Syl, the lone female.



You can see how much bigger Kiba is compared to the other two.






And just snapped a couple pix of our "demon dogs" LOL. I am really looking forward to when we get cattle in the spring. We've got a tougher group of dogs right now than we've ever had.


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very nice pictures of the horses
and very adorable pictures of the puppies

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Jeez, you got a full house! Your horses and pups are all beautiful!

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post #5 of 38 Old 12-20-2011, 03:24 PM
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OH MY PUPPIES!!! I love puppies!!

Nice horses, too. Love the black one. John, right?

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post #6 of 38 Old 12-20-2011, 03:34 PM
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YOU MEANY. DONT YOU KNOW HORSES SHRINK IN THE RAIN AND TURN IN TO PUPPIES.. oh, you did? my bad!

Lovely looking pups, especially the 'eyes' one.. so adorable!

And your herd looks more than happy enough... way to a horse's heart is through its stomach after all ;D
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aww the dogs dont have to stay chained up do they? :( otherwise dam adorable pictures! And you are right that black dog has the puppy look DOWN
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aww the dogs dont have to stay chained up do they? :( otherwise dam adorable pictures! And you are right that black dog has the puppy look DOWN

If they're working dogs.. whats the problem :/

Chain, lunge line, leather lead... which is less likely to snap lol.. chain. Dogs look happy and healthy!

Wish mine would pose, yours are so lovely.. he just puts his nose in the lens!
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Rafe is growing like a weed! He looks bigger and bigger every time you post pics up of him! Your horses look like they could care less about the rain.

The puppies are adorable!!!!! Look forward to more pics!
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Awwww puppies! Good pics, bet they enjoyed the rain, been awhile hasn't it?

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