Sunday, April 6, 2014

HORSES GET ME EXCITED


My Guys are coming to pick me up at
Country Critter Sitters.


Greetings from Atticus, Suki and the cement doggy,


 just makes the end of my day seem pretty ideal.


Poor Atticus is blind but can hold his own without any hesitation,


even if the horses are nearby


with their eyes and noses on everything.


Mary points out that the winter wasn't favourable this year 
with lots of repairs needed


and Topaz agrees wholeheartedly


because Topaz can get feisty and super excited


which in turn gets me all discombobulated


Holy Gees that's one powerful animal


I'm outta here!


One more Doodle try!


Help me Momma!
Look at those hooves!
I'm not into the 2-step right now!


On the other side of the building is Tallen,
so much more calm and reserved.


and Tony, The Pony a brand new resident.
I'll just be super friendly with them I guess.


Thanks Mary for taking care of me again.
I think it's time to go home and snooze.


I always feel safe and protected
when I stay at Mary's
and 
news has it 
I'll be visiting every Friday.
That should help with making new friends for sure!

41 comments:

  1. Sophie, horses creep me out, too...

    -Otto

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    1. If I keep Doodle Barking I'm pretty certain that I can control dem varmints!!!

      Winks!!

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  2. Sophie, not my favourite either, and I can see we will be having lots of new horsey photos on Saturdays soon. Enjoy your day out there, Mary has a super place for you to visit. Cheers, Jean.

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    1. Jean ~~ yes horses do seem scary but I know that my DoodleBarks will help me and the guys from any imminent danger, right!?!

      No! Oh well, the fence will help!!

      Hope your ribs are feeling better!!

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  3. That horse is too scary for us. We like them with all four hooves on the ground! Running...for sure, but still on the ground. That's a fantastic place to spend the day.

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

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    1. Those hooves just got me all DOODLEZOOMIE. So scary but the fence helped a lot!!!

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  4. It looks like you and the horse were dancing. What a great place to spend a Friday!

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    1. Yes almost a C&W Dance with a fence in between us!!

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  5. Whoa! That horse should be in the Calgary Stampede! Be careful, Sophie.

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    1. Wild Bucking Bronco and full of it too!!

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  6. I love love love the horse photos! Great action shots! And oh what beautiful scenery in the background!!

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    1. I'm getting used to the horses, I guess ~~ but they gets me all riled up and then I can't stop Doodle Barking!!

      My daycare is in a real lovely part of this province along Hwy #207.

      I do enjoy my time here!

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  7. Horses get us excited too Soph !! and we live with them
    BUT ours sure don't show there feet to us like that big buddy of yours ~
    whewie we woulda run too !
    You have such great walk a doodles .
    Bark on from us three dogs,
    Jayda, Gabby T. and Cricket over at the farm

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    1. hmmph mom said it is spose to be spelled "their" so we sit corrected :) Woof

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    2. Their vs There ~~ love dem homonyms!!

      I understood ye!

      Aren't those wicked hooves, just imagine getting socked by those up side the head ~~ GonzoCity for sure!!!

      I'll always run fast when I'm around Topaz!!

      Sophie

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    3. Yes we country dogs are sprucing up our vocabulary.
      We thought of you today Sophie when we posted our Farm Dogs in hats parade.
      Do you ever wear hats Sophie doodle ?

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    4. Funny that you asked Willow...........I'll do a post on my latest HEAD ATTIRE just for you!!!!!!

      Winks!!
      Sophie *sporting something uncool* Doodle here!

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  8. So nice to see a post with Mary included again. That is one truly good soul! The shots of Topaz are joyous (and I'd be right next to Sophie). It's also nice to see Jim without his winter gear... although I can't believe I'm still seeing snow!

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    1. Gees, you caught us again with WHITE STUFF sneaking into the picture. I promise to P/S it out of the next pictures if there is any ~~ I don't want you shivering on that warm Med breezy beach of yours!!

      Yes Mary is a sweetheart and loves her animals, all animals......just like sister did....sooo miss Cathy with Sophie visiting more often now. RIP Cathy!!

      The farm has a different ambiance now. We still love it!!

      Ron

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  9. Sophie, your new horse friends look like fun. I really do love Tony, the pony. He is very cute. Topaz is funny and reminds me of Oracle. Zippy says that you get used to their silliness after a while and they are not so scary. What a fun place spend Fridays.

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    1. Thanks Jill ~~ I will try to be more patient but us Doodles get so wound up like a spring and sproing there we go!

      Hugs to Zippy / Smudge and all yer farm family!!

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  10. We are pretty sure we would be screaming at the horsie
    Lily & Edward

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    1. With full lung capacity too, correct!!!!!!

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  11. That looks like a beautiful place to spend the day, Sophie. Fantastic view.

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    1. I had a great time there the other day, Pat!!!

      So much fun!!

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  12. I love the picture where both your hind legs are in the air. Bud, SophiDoodle, you better be careful around that huge horse.

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    1. I hear you LOUD & CLEAR IngerDoodle !

      Topaz is one heck of a speed demon and full of kicking craziness!

      Just needs to settle down I think!!

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  13. Every Friday, now that sounds like a fun plan. I like horses too!

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    1. That is the plan, but alas Sophie Sweetie has come down with an infection and can't go to daycare for a couple weeks!!

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  14. That is an amazing photo with both hind hooves up in the air! It's good to stay clear, Sophie! I'm so glad that you have a fun and safe place to go when your Dads need to do non-dog stuff!

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    1. Oh the horses look so mighty, but Sophie just barks and RRRRrrrUUuuuuuNnnnnnS!!!!!

      I stand clear as well!

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  15. Avery exciting day you had Sophie! You really can get all excited!! And that horsey did too!
    So glad the blind doggy got around so good.
    love
    tweedles

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    1. Good Ol' Atticus is a super trooper and has a grand time sniffin' and listenin' to all the sounds. For being blind you would never know!! Just another seetheart from the day care who makes you feel so welcome.

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  16. You seem to have a great day at Mary´s.
    Glad it was a fence between you. My friends dachhund got a kick of a horse and flew about 25 metres. Luckily she didnt get hurt. But it looked very dangerous.
    Have a great day!
    Majsan/

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    1. Wow, I sure wouldn't want to connect with those hooves because it would hurt so much.

      I thought it looked dangerous too, Majsan, but Mary took it all in good stride!!

      Ron

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  17. Glad you were able to stay clear of those hooves! Horses can be good friends, but you always need to be alert and careful!

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    1. Hi Marcy ~~~~~ I'm trying to be sooooooo very careful, because Kingdom Come is not where I want to land right now!!!!

      Winks!!
      Sophie * off and running again* Doodle here!

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  18. Yikes, Sophie! Just reading this makes my hands sweat and my heart beat faster! I've been thrown from kicking horses twice in my life, once shooting under the horse's legs because I landed on my butt on ice and went sliding! I get really excited around horses. My friend Nancy, who has four horses, say I upset the horses when I'm nervous. They think, "She's nervous! Should I be nervous too?" LOL! Glad you escaped in one piece!

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    1. Being nervous around large animals is only normal because if you aren't familiar with their behaviour then "watch out" which subconsciously gets the adrenaline and "nervous beads" popping out on your forehead. Oh I have been there too!

      Now for Sophie Honey Sweetie ~~ just BARK & RUN ~~ you know like PARK & RUN !!! LOL

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    1. ~~~ you must stay after school and write on the board I MUST NEVER FORGET TO CLICK NOTIFY ME !!

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This 'DOODLE' is looking forward to your comment....don't be shy...all I do is SNIFF & LICK!