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Yes they love the snow...I could do without having to confine them all in the kitchen to dry them all off. I spend at least 1 hour just drying them off every time they come in...I dry and brush out one, let it into the living room then on to the next. Hubby let them out the other day and didn't dry them and Casey SOAKED his spot on the couch with her wet legs and we only had about 3 inches that day.LOL.... looks like they are having a BALL! Glad someone likes this snow we are having... personally I can't wait till spring.
I love the shot of the apricot running past you, great capture!
If you meant the silly girl covered in snow...she is Heidi our mini. I can't remember if her AKC papers say brown & white or chocolate and white...either way that is her! She rolls around like that every time I take her out, and its so funny because she is so pudgy!Great pics. The smaller parti Poodle (i think) looks like a little lamb. They all look great having a ball in the snow. Too cute!
Its pretty and the dogs love it of course...but if it were up to me we would get about 4 inches on Christmas Eve then be done with it. That way the kids get enough to see and play in, and if it wants to stick around for a week that is oaky to...but this 1/2 a foot every other week stuff is for the birds!lol us folks here in Texas go on vaction & pray that it snows so we can see it. I have only seen snow once in my life. We are going to go to New Mexico in Feb. Hope like crazy it snows.
Yes, yes and um definately YES. Some dogs will only play with certain other dogs, and yes we have squabbles. Those squabbles always escalate into a full blown fight IF it involves Punkin and I don't jump RIGHT IN. Lord that dog vexes me so! She is not the oldest one of the group, but she was our first dog and she holds these other dogs against us.They all look like they're having so much fun together. Do you get many fights or niggles amongst them? I'm just wondering with that many I imagine they really do form their own little pack, is it difficult maintaining the alpha dog position?
They can all be a royal pain especially when I am tired in the morning and they are all just giddy and read to go outside and sometimes I just have to laugh because I just don't know what I would do without each one.
LOL...you counted right, but not everyone was outside! Here is my roll call!Wow, so you have 10 dogs, if I counted right
So amazing...I used to live next to a family with 10 kids, and I really admired how the older ones would teach the younger ones.
You are giving each of those dogs such a wonderful life with all those buddies!
I have two kids...and I think two dogs will be my limit as well. (My rationale has always been not to let the "littles" outnumber the adults....in case they each take off in opposite directions at the same time )
Yes they are all in the house...we have one crate for "time-outs" and that Sophie uses to eat in when they have dinner. Speaking of dinner...omg!! how do you do it? are they all in the house I presume? how much do you spend on kibble a month? bless you for loving soooo many babies!!