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Friday, February 18 2011

Remember this set of twins?

For some reason, Briar is fascinated with them.

 The blond girl . . .

. . . and the white boy

Maybe it's because they look different from the other lambs who are all black & white.

Or maybe . . . it's because 

                                      . . . they . . .

 . . . bounce!

 Pounce!

 (scream at Briar)

 "O-kay"

And just like that - Bounce, Pounce, Scream! Back to Normal . . .

But that's why Briar isn't ready yet to stay with the lambs full time with no supervision.  Some toys are just too tempting.  And for Briar, it appears to be Malibu Barbie & Ken.

(I love the expression on that lamb's face as he looks at Briar. "What WAS your problem Big White Dog?")

 

Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 09:23 am   |  Permalink   |  10 Comments  |  Email
Comments:
Briar's thinking, "But, when they get big enough to play with, they don't bounce anymore!" :(
Posted by Lynn on 02/18/2011 - 11:07 AM
You actually got a photo of lambs bouncing! Very difficult to do. Love the expression on the boys face as he looks at Briar.
Posted by Jane on 02/19/2011 - 08:58 AM
I can't believe how fast those lambs are growing! They look great!
Posted by Sue in Wyoming on 02/19/2011 - 09:39 AM
Air lambs! I really need to know what kind of camera you are using.... eek, it's not the body one, is it??
Posted by paulainnevada on 02/19/2011 - 01:42 PM
Yes! Those lambs are growing like weeds! I really am impressed with the growth rate of this breed. My camera is a Canon Digital Rebel XT with 28-105 mm lens. You can get one pretty cheaply at stores which carry used cameras since there are so many newer models on the market. Folks trade in these cameras to get the latest model. I'm really hard on cameras and this one holds up to the abuse. I use the exact same model at work too.
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 02/19/2011 - 06:10 PM
Although I use the same model camera at work, it is a DIFFERENT camera! (the work camera has "cooties")
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 02/19/2011 - 06:12 PM
I love your Briar dog, she seems to expressive and caring about the livestock, If I went back to raising sheep, [don't think I would, it would be like raising braised spareribs for the coyotes] BUT I would love a dog like briar, the temptation to bring her in the house would be pretty hard to resist tho!!
Posted by Libby on 02/20/2011 - 11:59 AM
My Briar type dogs, Maremma and Pyrenean all come to the house for a look see. They look after me and my few animals on 5 acres. If you are interested go look at the library at LGD.org there are many varieties. Briar is a cross b/w 2 LGD breeds. Some people have them as companions but they need a lot of socialising and can be a bit much for many people. They are not come here roll over Rover dogs. Here endeth lecture :)
Posted by Liz [ Vic Aust.] on 02/20/2011 - 08:17 PM
This is totally unrelated to your blog entry. :) Since Friday, when I look to see if there's a new entry, I get the answer "Not Yet". :) Makes me laugh every time. (Must be short-term memory loss! LOL)
Posted by Lynn on 02/21/2011 - 09:58 AM
Hahahahah! "Not Yet" had me laughing!
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 02/21/2011 - 04:01 PM

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