Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Would Wilson Whinny? on Wordless Wednesday


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  1. LOL Wilson it is behind you. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. He might whiney (if he were in pain, for example), but he wouldn't whinny! (In our house, Tali (cardi) inherited the "whiner" gene :)

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  3. So pretty!! Love the horse's coloring!!
    ~Rebecca & Teach

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  4. Cute photo they look nice :)

    Welcome to join my blog
    Yourspecialdog

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  5. My dog goes crazy when she sees horses. She is a Jack Russell with only 1 eye. I'm nervous to introduce her to horses because she is a little clumsy and jumpy.
    My WW entry is #95. Come by and vote for us?

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  6. Did he?
    My guys pretty much ignore horses unless the horse is making a lot of noise.

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  7. Did he at least whine to go play with the horse? Abby used to scare the heck out of me when folks would bring their horses to the dog beach - she'd go charging right up to them. I was always on the lookout in case folks had their horses there so I could grab her!

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    1. Wilson is very good about horses, hence the calm picture in close proximity. Jimmy, on the other hand, goes over the top ballistic! He could never have posed for this picture!

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  8. That's the best picture! Not sure how Kayo would do around horses!

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  9. No, but a bark or two at the horse would be okay.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  10. Wilson is such a handsome devil! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. Mr. N is like Jimmy. He goes crazy and wants to chase them. Wilson is so calm!

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  12. So Brychwyn does the vibrato horse lips thing, do your cardis? We have started to do it back to him and he gets all excited like it means something in Welsh-corgi-ese. No whinny's though...

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  13. That's a big doggie behind you Wilson! I thinks your handling it right...just don't move and pretend it's not there...maybe it'll just go away....
    Then again, you can do what I do...bark my arse off and make it go away...either way works....
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥☺

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  14. Great photo! I did a double take looking at the horse's hind legs, then realized the bottom board was down on that part of the fence. Wrigs is generally calm around horses (my neighbor has a horse), but he gets pretty excited about donkeys and mules. I'm not sure, but I think their large ears freak him out. :-D

    Susan and Wrigs

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