Mama Jo decided to let us out on May Day since we were big 4 week old’s. Even though the fresh air was nice we had to take a drink first. You gotta get the milk while you still can. … Continue reading
We have a lot of catching up to do. Mama Jo is behind in telling you about us. Despite how cute we have become. We moved into the big room. No more whelping box for us.We are growing by leaps … Continue reading
You got it. I’ve got a lot of explaining to do. One of the biggest events of my life and I have not updated you on my babies progress.We are doing the usual things we do at about 9 days … Continue reading
This WAS typical afternoon play with the puppies last year about this time. FACE PLANT is what I call this photo. Poor baby. Mama does not even care,. Mama does not care because she is having too much fun playing … Continue reading
This is a little bit of what you call Cowgirl Heaven. Bombay, straight up, dirty. Yes that is yours truly. Close up with my weakness. I proclaim I am not afraid to show my face or age………when I am happy. … Continue reading
Taking a photo of ONE puppy and having it look kind of professional is pretty easy for just about anybody. Especially with today’s amazing cameras and a little bit of experience with animals.Taking a photo of two puppies is pretty … Continue reading
When walking to the barn last night Rosie reminds me I am a little late.
First of all this is a RE-POST from way back when nobody was following me….excuse the not so perfect photo’s, it is the story that counts.
I’m choosing to re-post this post since this week marks one year since my sister and I adopted two wild burros from the Bureau of Mismanagement (BLM). We adopted them for Rosie to be a guard donkey for my goats and Francis to be a guard donkey for Susie’s sheep. I agreed to tame Francis until she was ready to go to her new home across the valley. I would keep Rosie at Sundog. This post was a little more than half way through their taming. Enjoy