Viewing all entries from Dave's Garden County Fair 2011: Favorite domesticated pet
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By Gourdbeader Phoebe loves the strawberries and is known to clean out the strawberry patch of the biggest onesBy Gourdbeader Taking a much needed break on a hot dayBy momoftwo607 This is how our cat Kiku sleeps all the time. By pepper23 Whiskers relaxing among the coleus.By pepper23 Whiskers falling asleep again in my coleus. By PrettylilyMandy My son and our bunny By wmf8vm Annabelle is my 12 year old potbelly pig. I adopted her from a rescue group two years ago. She is all attitude as you can see in this photo!By wmf8vm Penelope is my 15-year old potbelly pig. I adopted her from a rescue organization two years ago. She is an old lady who likes to spend her time napping in the sunshine as you can see from this photo.By kwanjin Isis loves to watch whatever I'm doing..By pirl Our Harry as he enjoyed his bonie sundae made for him at Ben & Jerry's on Cape Cod.By MamaDawna Sweetie doing what Sweetie does best....relaxing on the cat treeBy Nanth333 They are only playing! Our Siberian Husky puppies are only 6 months old here. Loki, the black and white male, died of epilepsy when 3. His sister, Kira, is now 8 and a perfect lady. Loki was the Norse god of mischief and he was named appropriately. But we loved him anyway. And still miss him. By Nanth333 Couch Potatoe. Loki,our Siberian Husky puppy, taking a nap. Unfortunately he died at 3 from epilepsy. His sister, Kira, a silver, is now 8.By jazmom Maica helps with Yarden Chores!By tweedlemynhier Mustache, a feisty kitten. By MarilynneS Our 2 Westies, Lilly and Piper, doing what they do best after having been let out .. sitting at the backdoor asking to go back IN :-)By meezersfive Our youngest addition, who is seldom still long enough for a photo! Tao is a sealpoint siamese, very bright and sweet natured. And active!! By BUFFY690 Registered Chocolate Lab Pups from Jan 2011By BUFFY690 So SweetBy Audrey Got milk?By Audrey Bad hair dayBy dragonfly62 This is my cat Powder. She loves to sleep in the window.By dragonfly62 A stray cat on my bird feeder pretending to be a bird.By SPGardens This is Lexi - An American Bombay and true to her breed.
Raised from birth she has become a very loving and affectionate cat. She has beautiful silky black fur, golden eyes, a soft meow
and soothing purr.
"Parlor panther" suits her fancy too.
By Beach_Barbie My rat terrier/chihuahua mix, Sugah'bama.
She's not really a water dog, but she's trying! Kure Beach, NC.By MarilynneS Lilly our 4 year old Westie with her head resting on the back of Piper our 1.5 yr old Westie ..
2 wonderful companions :-)By Shelly221 Ready for her walk.By Shelly221 He helps me so much when planting and "playing" with flowers. He likes to take a break and enjoy his efforts also.By mrs_colla My dog is a vermin hunter at my urban farm, and he has brought home skunks, a pigeon and a possum. All are fine, I promise.By kwanjin "This is corn? You're kidding, right?"By KuntryKuttins My Pomeranian "Diego" loves the pool as much as we do. By KuntryKuttins I am NOT too big ... I can still fit in here.By victorgardener Guardcat. By minnesotaronnie This is Riley, a 2-year-old Papillon. His best friend is Harley, a 9-year-old Golden Retriever.By minnesotaronnie This is Harley, a 9-year-old Golden Retriever who always has something in his mouth. His best friend is Riley, a 2-year-old Papillon.By victorgardener Overly domesticated!By frog_garden These are a few of my Toad friends that live in my garden. Every night just after sunset they come out to play and eat cat food.By frog_garden Watering all those plants just wears me out!!!By Domehomedee Titus the Tortoise, definately the best pet!By bscketbru Me and Louie and a day at the garden. Louie loves the garden and the produce--she picks and eats her own tomatoes. When I dig sweet potatoes I have a hard time keeping her away from the baskets!By bscketbru This is our 3 1/2 pound chihuahua, Pinto, and two summer squash out of my garden. I made this E-Postcard to send to friends and family--she really is this small and cute!By wind Our most recent feral turned domestic 'Lucky Lucia', rescued from farmland in Bridgeton, NJ. She gets along great with our other 4 rescued cats. Lucy really took a liking to our German Shepherd, Holly. Her eyes are gold.By wind "Tango, the Garden Cat" our first feral cat rescue. Although, now domesticated, this is about as close as we get to him. Tango prefers to keep a 'safe' distance. He enjoys sleeping in our bedroom and in cat beds by the windows with his feline friends. By kathysmarksgard Our dog Spot. She is now 11 years old. A poodle - Terrier mix. She is full of life, loves to chase the squirrels and of course a stick anytime. By corgimom Our corgi,Punkin, and our cat,Phantom,pose on hay.By corgimom We finally discovered why the grasses in our planter were not doing well !By bigdaddie Lovable but feistyBy bigdaddie Yes, they do get my "goat" occasionallyBy ginger749 Lovely Jack.By ginger749 Jack guarding the Gold Fish.By drthor This is GIGI. She is my mother in law little girl. She likes cat food and not dog food. She is so smart.By drthor By oregonplantnerd "Muscat" is gazing out the window next to my potted Shamrocks.