A pack of rescued, blind and deaf Australian Cattle Dogs.
Oh boy, fun times! Really love the photos of Callie and Breeze. Looks like you got quite a bit of snow.Susan and Wrigs
In total, we got about nine and a half inches on Friday. These pictures were on Sunday after work, the first time we got outside in daylight since I work 12 hour shifts except Sunday, it's only eight. Lots and lots of fun! Now it's almost all gone.
Love it!! They look like they're in pure Heaven there!Elyse and Riley
They patiently waited for almost three full days to get out and play due to my work schedule. The timing of the snow wasn't the best since I had to work and they didn't get out much until days later but they had a great time!
They look like they are having the best time!!!
They were so happy and funny!
Woof! Woof! ENJOY! FUN FUN FUN!!! Happy WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Hi Sugar! It's as much fun as the beach!
Looks like Callie and Breeze are having the most fun. Enjoy the snow while it lasts! :)
You're right! Callie kept rolling and Breeze was jumping and pouncing on her ball when she could find it!
Hi Bailey, thanks for stopping by! Did you like the snow too?
Snow is a feely thing. You don't have to see or hear it. Looks like everyone is just having so much fun.XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
And one other thing - you can eat it! Wouldn't that be fun if you all came and played in the snow?
What fun! I hope we have time to go back to the snow before winter ends:)
We too hope that you get back to the snow before it's gone again, it's so much fun!
It does look like fun! I love watching them all play. Are you guys ever going to thaw out? That still looks like a lot of snow.
We did have snow but it's been melting and there isn't much left. The yard is more ice than snow so it isn't as much fun.
What a happy bunch of cattle dogs! Looks like they love the snow.
They love it, no matter how deep it is. Brook was almost up to her chin as she was trying to run through the deeper drifts by the fence.
Looks like they are having a blast :)
Aren't dogs great? Add snow and they are thrilled! Makes me very happy to watch them have so much fun.
Lots of fun in the snow!!! I can tell that your pack loves it!You asked about why I'm trying to have Shyla get used to "town". The reason is that we tend to take our dogs everywhere with us, including town. I'd love for her to enjoy (or even just not be scared) when we go to the city to see our nephews or when she has to spend the day at the vet. We also do road trips in our van throughout the spring, summer, and fall, which also involve stopping in towns... and the dogs being exposed to the bustle of the towns. So, I'd love for Shyla to be comfortable with more urban areas than our mountain home.But, if it turns out that Shyla can't be comfortable with towns, we'll modify our habits... She's wonderful and we'll all deal with any limitations she might end up having.Thanks for asking a good question. I'll address it in a post someday soon!
Thanks for your reply. I always find it interesting to learn about what others are doing and why. With our pack, those that love the hustle and bustle of town go and those that don't stay home. A visit to a store for instance is high on Hiker's list of favorite things to do and the last thing in the world Forest wants to do. As I've mentioned, some of the pack are super social and some aren't.
EEEEK! I hope you don't mind me gushing, I love your whole pack but Breeze has my heart!
The big spotted wonder pup?! She is a real sweetie.