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Posted By: DW58, 02-10-2017, 07:38 PM

Another Cider pic. Have been stuck on the property dealing with minor flooding issues.

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Resting but still alert.......
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What a beauty.
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Resting but still alert.......
Your right. An LGD may "seem" to be not paying attention. But they always are.

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What a beauty.
Thank you. He's been a great member of the family. His badger markings have changed over the years but he's always been a handsome fellow.

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he doesn't seem to concerned about the minor flooding issues nice looking dog, well captured.
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At Rest.
That's a "not impressed" look.

Well captured.
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he doesn't seem to concerned about the minor flooding issues nice looking dog, well captured.
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Thank you Cee Cee. Nothing much seems to phase Cider. He's pretty laid back. Of course he wasn't the one running the shovel working on drainage issues.

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That's a "not impressed" look.

Well captured.
Agreed. Since we moved to a smaller property and downsized our goat herd from over 70 to 5 he doesn't have as much work to do anymore. He misses it. We do our best to keep him entertained but just can't spend as much time playing with him as he'd like. Thanks for your comment.
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