What's going on outside the house...day 4

Day 1, Day 2 & Day 3 have already been covered this week.  If you missed them, please check them out...but you don't have to.

I have saved the best for last.  Most definitely.

How is this the best when on the previous 3 days I have covered are things that contribute to our lively hood?  We eat the produce from the garden, we sell & eat the sheep that we raise and the vines produce a product that we sell.  However, today is all about our sloppy, hyper, brown 4-legged child!


Oh man, she has grown sooo much!  Chris has been working diligently with her almost every night.  Hopefully she will be ready for hunting season in September.  I have started taking her on walks in the mornings to help with her leash training and she protects me from all the crazies out here...since there are so many of them :)

She will be a year old on September 12th...or 14th, I can't remember.

This was taken last Thanksgiving, she was just over 2 months old.

So cute, tiny & fluffy!

I took these pics last week.  I can't believe how fast her puppy look faded.  Oh, but don't be fooled, she still acts like a puppy!!

And she is a real woman now!  She just finished her first heat cycle (that's why her bobbies look so big).

She really is a good dog, loads of energy, but I'm so glad we have her!

Linking up with Farmchicks Farm Photo Friday!

Hope you all have a great weekend!

2 Notes:

Country Gal said...

She is lovely ! Watch for all the male dogs that haven't been nutered in the area things can get ugly and dangerouse when theres a female in heat ! Have a good day !

Alica said...

Mollie is adorable! We have two labs...a yellow and a black...Mom and daughter. They are the best dogs. Except for digging holes in the yard when looking for a place to cool off. Never mind that they have LOTS of other ready-made cool spots. A hole is better!
Thanks for the advice on the goat hay...and for following!

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