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Tuesday, February 19 2013

 

Each morning after I feed the livestock, I take Briar for a walk so she can pee on everything, mark her territory, survey her kingdom.

          Note: Early morning=shavings still stuck in her fur.

It's a peaceful time for reflection . . .

. . .  and rolling in horse poop.

I like the above shot because you can actually see the horse cookies shoved into the air by her antics. But I notice something else too.

"Hey Briar, you need your toenails clipped!"

 "Whut?"

"Ewe keN rEeLLy sUk tha LIfe rIte owtta a WaLk, mOm!"

 

Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 08:35 am   |  Permalink   |  1 Comment  |  Email
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Mine seem to not need clipping. Must be because they like to scratch in soil. It is only as they got older and no longer dug hollows that claws needed a trim. Love the pics.
Posted by Liz (Vic Aust) on 02/19/2013 - 03:46 PM

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