By Kelli Bender
Feb 07, 2013
"We don't breed and do not show them, we keep them just for fun. They listen very good and know what to do and often pose already before I say something. We form a good team," Bol explained.
I had an English Sheepdog for 12 joyful years. They are fur covered clowns. I named mine Mud Monster Molly and seeing these photos reminds me of their fondness for mud. There personalities are just as beautiful as they are on the outside.
How adorable! I'm going to put this Tumblr on my Tabs for whenever I need a pick-me-up! The photo of the two dogs wrestling with a cloudy background is very beautiful. The owner must have become quite a good photographer over time....
3 cheers for big dogs! Arf! Arf! Arf!
Man I love dogs! But how do these pups see?
Man I love dogs!
Listen to the Beatles' song Martha My Dear, it's about Paul's Old English Sheepdog Martha.
Hey,.......if U haven"t seen Jack............the english sheepdog..........U haven't seen JACK!!!!
OMG I LOVE THESE GUYS!
The two Old Englishes frolicking on the grass and the one on the beach are off the wall AWESOME photos !!!!
Hey! In Picture # 14, that last "English Sheep Dog" of the four looks suspiciously like a bichon frise, or maybe my own little Maltese! Do we have delusions of grandeur here?
yes you are right Leslie.. it;s a bichon frise, belongs to a friend of ours...