"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
No other creature on this earth tries harder to please.
A smile -- and a tear.
Beautiful capture.Love this.
Wonderful - they look like every Lab. I've ever had !
Labs are amazingly intelligent animals. I've never owned one but friends of mine have had several and they were wonderful dogs. I love this picture, not just for the dogs but because it is taken in my home state where yes, there are many ranches. Florida is not ALL Disney World.
Lovely. I dont do dogs but respect them.
who's some good dogs? who's some GOOD DOGS!
Who is a gud dug, who are the gud dugs ! Love Love Love this photo !"chkikin" strip for all gud dugs !cheers, parsnip
I thought this was a good (in many ways)photo too.
Wow! I have never seen anything like this before.
I love their simple desire to help under any circumstances. It may be a desire to please, but so what?
It's rather moving
Just doin' their job with a smile on their faces.
A typical Lab smile.
Lovely photograph John, I hadn't seen it. Do you watch the Farming Life programme on BBC2 at 7? Therewas a glorious bit about seven dogs belonging to a farm all romping in and out of the sea and playing on the beach.
You can sense that the cows feel safe with the dogs ahead......incredibly moving
Koreans are probably the biggest dog lovers in the world.
That is the worst comment ever. Not funny in any way.Have you seen them skinning a dog alive ? Barbaric.awful just awful comment.
Barbaric, "worst comment ever"? Ha-ha-ha-ha! Take a chill pill Parsnip!
No I will not, the barbic action of skinning a dog alive ? Even making a joke about such a barbaric act is not funny.You should take a look to what is funny to you.
Those lovely cows are being saved (and it is a lovely image) to face the horrors of the slaughterhouse. We pick and choose what we want to see and ignore the truth of animal agriculture.
They say a good working dog is worth four men. These ones are definitely proving their value.
omg this is awesome!
Made me cry :)
Shouldn't the dogs be behind the cattle, nipping at their heels to move them along.
I recall in the floods in Cumbria, a farmer had his cows looked over by a Vet. The Vet said they all look well apart from a little bleeding from their legs. The farmer said 'that's what saved them, the dogs behind them nipping at their heels'.
The smiles on those dogs' faces! Work and fun all rolled into one! What a lovely picture John. Thank you
Heart Warming . . .
Labs are such good dogs; we miss ours.
I saw this & loved it too. I showed my daughter. Labradors & Retrievers have slightly webbed feet and are strong swimmers. Golden Retrievers were bred to be fishing dogs - diving to bring up fishing nets. Our old boy Sam used to do this out of nature & bring up crabs, large stones & once a discarded net full of old Oyster shells. People loved watching him.
Happy photograph of animals saving themselves as only nature knows how. No human intervention. Thank you for sharing it. I hadn't seen it before.
Humans could learn from these beautiful creatures I think.
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Let's all sing along together.
You can almost read the cows minds .... 'if they can do it we can do it, they've never let us down before'.Love this photo :-)
Reinforces my view that animals could teach the human race a thing or two.
Labs just out having fun.
The best animals ever! My two keep me going, bless them ❤
And the thing is, those dogs were probably thinking, "This is the best day EVER!!"That's it. I'm getting a lab.
That IS a funny picture!
Incredible photo, nice to see something good.
There is certainly not too much to bring a smile to any faces these past days with those poor people in the hurricane's path .. This makes me want to go right out and buy a puppy .... or 2 :)
Did you see the story of Freida, The yellow Lab searching for people in Mexico's earthquake rubble, wearing goggles and boots. A great dog!
Yes just googled her
Fabulous. I wonder what breed the dogs are, just interested. We went to a dog trials at the weekend - if anyone doesn't know, it's a skill, usually border collies, herding a flock of sheep between three gates, parting 2 ewes from the flock and penning them. Those dogs are clever. The dogs are commanded by whistle and it's a timed course; it is very interesting to see. I love dogs.
I used to raise collies. One of my dogs was mostly a babysitter to the family he became part of. Must have pulled the 3 year old out of the road half a dozen times. I live in lakeland fl. The eye of irma went over us. Luckily i had removed rwo 50 foot oak trees in august. Out of electric for 9 days. Service dogs are the best, happiest when working. Love the photo. Head um up and move um out. The cows will follow.
I love that picture so much. Thank you for posting that.
I hadn't seen this photo. Thanks for sharing. Willl show a friend who has had a succession of labs through the years. Ironic but nice to find a Fla. photo on your blog.
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