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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

The Latest in Anatolian Neck Jewelry

What has virtually no legs, is almost a perpetual motion machine, can be worn like a necklace and generally gives an Anatolian a lot of (neck) exercise?

Three guesses, three pics. ;)

Dangling from "Auntie" Sirin's neck!

Kiz checking out the legless wonder.

Is that puppy ever completely in focus?

Can't resist! Okay, one more pic :)

Kathy calls this one: Help me, I'm being good!

Kathy adds that "Bitsy", a 9 week old mini doxie (3 pounds), who is visiting Gerlach Ranch, also chomped onto and got to be Auntie Sirin's hanging Anatolian Tail ornament!

The joys of puppy sitting? :p


Semavi Lady woofed at @ 7/12/2006 01:43:00 PM | Permanent link | (4) Comments

Blogger Joan Sinden sent us a woof // July 13, 2006

I have a friend who's mother just got a mini-dachie puppy - and her daughter (so my friend's sister) has a cane corso - now THAT would also be a cute necklace to get a picture of. I don't know if the corse would be quite as benevolent as your anatolians though.... haha!   

Blogger Semavi Lady sent us a woof // July 13, 2006

Anatolians can be so tolerant, but I think most big guys and little ones can get along just fine if introduced with care. Of course, the big one needs to be able to ESCAPE the little terror if necessary. LOL   

Blogger doubleh sent us a woof // July 16, 2006

When our first 2 Anatolians were contained with invisible fence, we had a neighbors beagle come and visit often. They all played hard and he would even ride on their backs! And when he was tired, he would run to the opposite side of the IF, take a breather and then return.   

Blogger Semavi Lady sent us a woof // July 16, 2006

Sounds like everyone know the 'rules', Holly!

I'm thinking of a beagle in a western hat riding an Anatolian like a capuchin monkey. The visual keeps replaying like "It's a Small World After All", yikes!   

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