BarbaraJean and JackBadger spent the day at the spa, Queeny's Pet Palace. I know some say to NEVER shave down Great Pyrenees because it's bad for their coats, takes their temperature regulators away, etc but you can't tell me BJ & JB don't feel a lot better. Their coats were way beyond brushing. We don't brush 'em maybe like we should but they are working dogs, constantly running these mountain sides and we have 28 goats, 4 dogs, and full-time jobs. http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/192278
Barbara Jean only has three legs and Jack has only one good eye but they don't let disabilities slow 'em down.
I knew Barbara was thin but didn't realize she looked quite so boney. After her leg was removed, we knew we shouldn't let her get too heavy but we have the opposite problem. She is very active plus a big dog on only three legs burns more calories, she has to expend more energy to get around. We certainly increased her calorie intake for dinner tonight and will for the next few months.
Dear Dot, SweetPea passed in April, I miss her very much. She was my first love in goats. I can't blog about her yet, maybe one day. Love you Dot, Joanna
In the NC Appalachian Mtns, NW NC. We live on 30 mountain acres. I like to hang out with my critters - a few chickens Pied Guineas, Muscovy ducks, peafowl, 20 ADGA-registered and appraised Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats, two small dogs Bunny and Buzzard. one livestock-guardian dog JackBadger, and an elderly Irish Terrier Brawn. . Mike and I are Life Masters at Bridge.
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