Friday, August 27, 2010

New Breed of Designer Dogs

They come when they’re called.

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They are friendly.

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They love to be petted.

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They even like to sit in your lap.

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But the best part? They’re cute and they don’t bark!

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How much do you suppose I can sell them to city slickers for?

christinesig

8 comments:

Milah said...

Oh....but do they wag their tales? ;D

thecrazysheeplady said...

I don't know. There are times when my dogs are quieter than my sheep. Of course, if I wasn't STARVING them on a regular basis they wouldn't holler at me so much ;-).

Christine said...

Yes Milah, in fact, they do!

melly~ said...

i'm not sure i qualify as a city slicker, but i'll take two!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

I am going to get me a sheep!!!!

Chai Chai said...

....and when our sheep see us they act like marbles in a can, hugging the edge of the wall and staying as far away from us as possible. I can only wish that someday our sheep will act remotely like yours.

Sandy said...

I love their faces.

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Awww, I love this post! I'm always hearing how sheep are skittish and stick to themselves and not at all interested in human companionship...but it's my firm belief that it just takes the *right* human to make them *want* to interact.
Good job, you!
(btw, i had a sheep named Savannah when I was 19 who thought she was a dog)
:-)