There's a look of expectation in that horse's stance, like "get that pesky dog out of here, will ya?!"
Yep! Good lesson to learn. MB
il ne fait jamais énerver un cheval, cela laisse souvent des traces ;o) it does not irritate a horse, it often leaves traces ;o)
Gosh, I hope it doesn't have a broken leg or worse. I like the picture though.I still have the old blogs but I also have new ones Abe Lincoln Blogs and also look at Abraham Lincoln's Blog
Nice picture, hope the dog is better.Could the horse be the culprit.
Good luck staying under the awareness radar....
Absolutely right! Yet this dog seems to be harassing the colt ... or just being playful?Quite the temperature shift you had yesterday. I can emphasize, but no ... I don't feel sorry for you :)
That's why my dogs never gets close to the horses!!!
LOL that's too funny. Our dogs are fenced seperately but their fence runs along Bucky and they all like to play together. The dogs start barking at Bucky, then he runs the fence line with them and bucks. They bark more, he runs faster...it's all a big silly game (I think!)When the dogs are out loose, they pretty much keep a distance from Bucky hee hee.
love this shot...the dog looks so happy to be doing his job and the horse just looks annoyed!
Hey, I know those 2! Yep, Shawnee gets kicked by the horses quite often - she just doesn't learn!!!Why, what's goin on at work? What did you do now? hehehe
So much going on in this image with the dog. Work some day you just need not too.
Poor dog, hope it recovered soon. The photo tell us why the dog got a limp, good shot.
Great picture of the dog running around the horse. Reminds me of Shane
This is a great picture...Hope the dog is OK! Love the streaks of sunlight in the background.
Our dog used to do this, but she got kicked, so now she keeps her distance. I hope this one learned too!
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