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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!"


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


Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 08:35 am   |  Permalink   |  1 Comment  |  Email
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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