Oh that face! Precious!
those eyebrows are very expressive!
He’s getting old and gray. A little like me.
He has the look: “Are you sure you wanna drink that? I thought we talked about it last time…”
It’s wisdom… lovely doggie
Not very duck friendly!
here is Molly and Luna - not a very good photo as it’s quite hard to get them both together and still!
A labrador in its true habitat…mine sleeps on the couch, because her bed is just not good enough…
The cat (Russian Blue) was checking out the sulky dog (Lab/kelpie cross with an ant bite on his paw).
Sometimes the dog tries to ‘pat’ the dog, it never ends well…
We used to have a Russian Blue. Beautiful creatures.
Here are my boys, Vader (age 6) and Luke (age 1). They are both rescues and some kind of lab. Luke has enough personality for 3 dogs, where as Vader is often likened to Eeyore.
We also have 3 rescued cats, Squirrel, TYK (that yellow kitten), Tomkins. The first 2 were dropped on our farm the 3rd we found at a campground as a kitten. Then we have our newest addition Mouse. My husband brought Mouse in from the barn bc his mama rejected him and he is much smaller than his robust and healthy siblings. He was all but frozen a couple weeks ago. He is doing much better now,l.
My father loved to duck hunt with his labs. He told a story about one of his labs that went out to fetch a duck, but the duck dove under the water because it was only wounded. His lab dove in right after it, but didn’t come out for a long time. He was worried the lab was gone, but then the lab popped up out of the water, coughing and coughing, with the duck in his mouth. My father’s hunting partner offered him $1000.00 on the spot for the dog. That was a lot of money back in the 1940’s. My father refused his offer, of course.
I had a cat named Mouse. I thought she was timid at first, but she turned out totally fierce. She really confused my little 2 year old niece at the time. She used to point at cats and yell MOUSE! Luckily my sister and her husband thought it was pretty funny.