Thursday, January 18, 2018

In Case You're Wondering...

...why Hank's tail is not big and poofy anymore...





It's June's favorite game.  Not Hank's so much ;-).


17 comments:

Linda said...

Hahaha! Poor Hank. The things he has to put up with 😁

LannieK said...

That is hilarious! He must not mind too awfully much. They both look so happy!

Dicky Bird said...

Cute...our little dog had a docked tail...she would do this to our big dog all the time we called it "tail envy" ....

karen said...

too cute! I wish my kitten and my terrier could like each other a bit more - Frodo is curious and Holly wants NOTHING to do with him....gah!

I need orange said...

Hank could have a bit of bitter apple on his tail, to protect it from predation......

sophy0075 said...

I see June is going through the teenager “mouthy” stage. I suggest squirting her with a shot of cold water on her nose when she does
that. Poor Hank!

Marcy Habetrot said...

Hahahaa! They'll put up with almost anything from a puppy. I suspect at some point Hank will decide she's not a puppy any more and bring it to a stop. So cute.

Cheryl West said...

In the last photo Hank might be saying "enough already!". Poor Hank. Hope this phase is over soon.

Katie C. said...

Yeah, we had the same problem when we got the new kitten, Sophie. She really liked Molly’s tail. Molly, not so much. Now that Sophie is about 7 months old, we have progressed to “smack down wrestling!”

Does Hank even wallop June?

LesMess Bucilova said...

OMG, THAT IS SO FUNNY ;0)

Terry and Linda said...

No wonder.....TEE HEE!

Henny Penny said...

Well I had not even noticed. Hank is such a sweet boy to put up with June biting his tail. That's funny! I want a farm like yours. What lucky sheep to live there with you!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I figured as much, June is still a puppy. Hank will give her the what for one of these days:)

Judy said...

Poor Hank, he looks like he's ready to say enough already!

Fiona said...

We are looking for our first LGD now. We could not get one until the fence was secure to the front. The highway of death is not going to be accessible to the critters now thank goodness! June is beautiful, is she pure Anatolian?

thecrazysheeplady said...

Hank holds his own and when he's had enough, she knows he's had enough ;-). He's pretty tolerant though...because I think he's kinda sweet on her ;-).

Yes, she's a pure Anatolian. Good fencing is important as several of the guardian breeds are determined to secure more than their own border. We've added a lot of extra fencing to keep her from going under the fence to the road :-o.

Billie said...

I have laughed and cackled every time I see your photo of the dogs with his tail in her mouth! Very sweet.

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