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Big Dog Invasion

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As we have mentioned many times, we live next door to a thousand acre ranch. They are terrific neighbors and we love seeing the big dogs (horses and cattle), but sometimes we have a big dog invasion.

Eyeing hu-dad suspiciously
Eyeing Hu-Dad suspiciously as he tries to convince them to go back through a gate.

Somehow, someway, we had a few head of cattle get through the fence and over to visit us. Maybe that old saying about the grass is greener on the other side of the fence might actually be true. They were certainly enjoying munching on our grass.

talking with your mouth full is rude
Hasn’t anyone told you that talking with your mouth full is rude?

We tried several times to talk with them, but they just didn’t understand. We say “woo” and they say “moo,” so it just didn’t make any sense at all.

please let me play
Oh, please let me go play, Hu-Dad. Though you still can’t touch me with a brush.

Hu-Dad did mutter something about we were the wrong type of working breed. What exactly is a Border Collie?


Natasha's first outdoor walk
Picture texted to Hu-Dad Thursday morning showing Natasha’s first outdoor walk!

Natasha update – During the course of the day yesterday, pain medications were reduced by half. During visits, Natasha sat up, willingly went out for breaks, had great color, temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, and other vitals. Our only concern right now is making sure that the incision has healed completely because we are having some minor leakage. Once that is under control and everything else looks promising, she will be coming home to continue recuperating.

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16 thoughts on “Big Dog Invasion

  1. We are ALL just so happy to hear the news about “Tasha that we can’t come up with anything else to comment on tonight. Mom, Ice ‘n Ebby, we’re all still praying for her!

  2. So happy to hear that the Queen is feeling much better! We hope she gets to come home soon to be with the rest of the herd. I am sure they are missing her.

  3. She must feel so much better after getting rid of that mass. She looks so alert and ready to go home. Thinking of her every day.

  4. We are keeping paws crossed for the Queen!

    We run into those pesky cattle from time to time and yes, they don’t communicate very well!

    Monty and Harlow

  5. Glad the Queen is doing well!! Her minions are doing a great job with security and keeping the ‘Big Dogs’ at bay.

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