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Monday, March 5, 2012

My New Garden Helper


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35 comments:

  1. Too cute!! Inquiring minds wonder what tasty treat was on the fingers that last opened that drawer!

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  2. Tatyana,

    Oh a new puppy, good for you! Looks like it'll grow a bit more judging from those big feet. Might be a little while before he's trained to work in the garden. :)

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  3. Looks to me like maybe the kitchen clean up crew more in the future. What a little beauty.

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  4. What a great photo! Almost jealous you saw her first. :) Or him? We have been planning to get a German shepherd rescue puppy for around 6 months now... just waiting til we have a period of time with no weddings, holidays, or vacations so we have time to train a new house member. :)

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  5. His name is Kenai (river in Alaska where we like to fish for salmon). He is 4 months old. Smart!

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  6. I'm sure you'll have lots of fun with your new helper - he's beautiful :-)

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  7. He is sweet looking and that's a great photo of him.

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  8. Awww, so cute! I'm sure you will have lots of fun in the garden this season with him by your side.
    Love all your spring bloomers on your last post, too, Tatyana. We're still waiting for blooms here--the weather has been teasing us with snow one day and temps in the 60's the next.

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  9. LOL! He is so cute. My daughter just got a little girl German Shepherd pup.She is the sweetest thing...so far anyway. Your puppy has more black on it which I love. Look like you are teaching it to clean Tatyana. LOL!

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  10. This is a fantastic gardener Kenai :)
    I really miss my dog​​, he also was a real gardener...

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  11. Actually, he already does some garden work: together with our 7 year old German Shepherd, they destroyed a part of the lawn. Well, who needs that lawn?

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  12. OMG - How insanely CUTE is he!! But I'm guessing that the new pup will create a lot of work before it becomes any kind of helper! But Enjoy!!! They are puppies for such a short time ... :)

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  13. Our German Shepherd was liked garden too... I found you when i saw your dogs fotos :) my dog arci was born in family von arminius :) you can see the fotos of she's brothers and sisters in site www.laukine-vilkauoge.lt ..my dog was dead..

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  14. He is as cute as can be. Looks like he will make a good garden friend and a great companion. Have a great day Tatyana.

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  15. So cute! I still think of the German shepherd who was my oldest son's best buddy for many years. My three sons creatively named him 'German Shepherd', but we soon shortened it to just 'Shepherd'. I had to watch him in the garden, though. He grew to 110 pounds and could squash a plant in a hurry!

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  16. Tatyana, nice puppy. My wife had shepherds as a child. They are wonderful animals. Their bark is easily distinguishable. By the way I gave you the versatile blogger award that is going around. So thanks!

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  17. What a cutie. I just want to give him a big hug!

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  18. He's gorgeous! I love german shepherds.

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  19. Adorable - congratulations :)

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  20. Beautiful! It will be fun to see him in the garden (via your photos) this year!

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  21. What a beauty. We had friends who had German Shepards and trained them to respond to German commands only.

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  22. Ah, Tatyana s/he's adorable. Please tell us about him/her. A rescue?

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  23. Adorable!! Do you have three dogs now? He/she looks so fuzzy! :)

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  24. Very adorable, and probably much less destructive than our new garden helpers!

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  25. What a cute little garden helper!!!

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  26. So beautiful! I bet he is a great help in the garden...

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  27. He is very handsome, and I bet quite a handful at the moment.

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  28. Beautiful dog and photo.

    Regards and best wishes

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  29. Oh my gosh, such a cute little puppy! Yay for you!!!

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  30. Oh my gosh, what a cutie pie! Please forgive me my tardiness in visiting your entry in ‘Weekly Top Shot,’ I have been rather under the weather the past few days, although still working. I'm so glad you decided to join us and share at 'Weekly Top Shot.' :-) I hope you'll come share again next week...

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