Horse and Dog

Discussion in 'Other Animals' started by hangin tree, May 28, 2007.

  1. New Group I thought I would just walk around the ranch and get a couple of pictures.

    Quarter Horse Mare (Shelly)


    My Oldest Dog (Blue Healer, Josie)

  2. MontyDog


    Jan 30, 2005
    #1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax;
  3. Thanks Monty

    We have a double post for me with PJ and Lefty

    I think we both put it here.

    If you want you can remove one
  4. WOW,Gary! Shelley is STUNNING! I love paleminos! I've always wanted one - but had a black instead! Josie is a nice looking dog too! Gotta show these to Mariam - nope, I'm low on printer ink - she always wants every horse and dog she sees! :rolleyes::biggrin:
  5. I don't take many pictures if them, but I have plenty of horses and dogs
  6. If we ever make it back to AL, I'd love to bring the kids out to your farm! They'd go nuts! mariam would want to pet everything! The boys, well they'd probably do the same!

  7. I'm taking a few off the payroll, with the hay shortage and drought conditions several will need to find new homes.
  8. Thank You very much she is a sweety also.
  9. These are great, the light is beautiful!! :smile:
  10. Thank Gretchen

    It is called Alabama Sunshine. :rolleyes:
  11. Oh Gary, if we had the land and $$, I'd get em all! We love horses and I hope someday to have some for us to ride! I hope they DO get really nice homes!
  12. Gary, these are both great shots.
    :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

    aka beaucamera
  13. I'm sure they will, I hope you get what you want.

  14. Thank You Virginia

    Glad you enjoyed them
  15. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very nice shots
    Hope you keep them:<(
  16. vettenut


    Feb 27, 2006
    Tolland CT
    Wonderful shots, I like all animals and these two seem very happy. The scruffy groundcover in #1 is a direct result of your drought, how long have you been without rain? Hope everything works out too bad you have to sell a few. - Jeff
  17. Thanks Jeff

    We are 17 inches below normal and are feeding winter hay already. Even the Creeks and ponds are drying up.