Thursday, July 30, 2009

Hank The Wonder Dog - In Living Color






Hangin' with his posse.



"What's that clicking sound?"

Don't worry about it Hank, just keep smiling :-).

16 comments:

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

What happened to your sweet little lambs??? They've become teenagers overnight!!!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Surly teenagers at that!

;-)

Nancy K. said...

What an intelligent, kind face! He's beautiful! I'm glad he's made friends with the boys...


;-)

Lindsay said...

Just love your dog!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Yes, you have teenagers now, oh how they grow so fast.

manker said...

nothing, nothing like our canine companions :) Sigh.. kids.. what are you gonna do!

gp

DayPhoto said...

Beautiful! Just Beautiful! He looks like a teenager also. The gang of three!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

flowerweaver said...

Back from our adventure, have been mostly without a connection, so I'm catching up with Punkin's Patch.

I think Hank's going to be a great dog for the farm. Looks very intelligent. The boys have grown!GL is totally recognizeable by those ears!

Kara said...

Hank is beautiful. I have thought about a LSG dog, but it is my understanding they bark all the time. Is that true? I think if they barked outside all night it would get my German Shorthair Pointers barking inside and we would never get any sleep.

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

What a beauty that Hank is! We've got a Great Pyrenees here too... they are the best dogs in the World!

Alice said...

The boys not only grew but their coats darkened! When did that happen?
Hank looks like he has taken charge of the boys. Curiously, what is the purpose of the leash?

Ed said...

Ya gotta love Hank the wonder dog..:-) And the boys are growing up too fast.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Hank does not bark all the time - a HUGE relief to someone who hates to hear dogs barking.

For years I've had friends try to convince me that a. the bark sounds different from "normal" dogs and isn't irritating and b. it's comforting to hear them barking because you know they are doing their job. Both are true!

Also, I've read that Maremmas are not as big on barking non-stop all night and so far that seems to be true with Hank. When he does bark, you know it's for a good reason.

The boys are still white, but they've been rained on...a LOT...and look a little drowned rattish at this point.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Hank is very handsome, I certainly hope he works out well for you! Great photos! I was also curious about the leash..:)

thecrazysheeplady said...

He has a leash dragging so we can catch him this week so he can go to the vet for "tutering". He was born in a goat field and has not been handled, but he's interested in learning about getting ears scratches and cookies. We'll remove the drag rope after his vet appointment. I'm sure he'll be happy about that - the rope, not the vet appointment ;-).

WildBlack said...

Cute! :D

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