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Owwww a goat? Now that's nice. Would love to see that.
my son often has three dogs and a pygmy goat in his car. Keep your eye on the goat!
They're waiting for someone to approach, June :-)@ Pkin: I knowwwww :-)@ Smllpkg: Maybe, but I'm not the one who'll try it out :-)@ PJ: now I can easily understand that. I wouldn't go near a car with open doors and a bouvier running free :-)
Yes the car is safe.Years ago I had a bouvier, she was a beauty and very big. I had to visit my hubby in the hospital every day. And she wanted to come with me. Then she stayed in the car, waiting for my return. Then the weather became very hot. I parked the car beside a hedge, 1.5 foot of space between the hedge and the car, and left the doors on that side wide open. Also all the windows. So she could go in or out the car, she was not on a leash. No one did touch the car, and when I came back (after an hour) she was in the car and happy to see me. (Of course there was also a bowl of water for her in the car)
The one on the left is licking his chomps. It's as if he's saying, "Come on, sucker! I double dog dare you!"
You are so bad !!!!!!HUMMMMMMMM
"Make my day punk!"
Yup, that was the first and last good decision for 2013 I think :-)
I can make good decision once in a while... Hummmm
That's a wise decision, Pkin :-)
Ouch !!!! I'll not touch....
It beats any alarm system. When they got you, I'm sure they won't let you go...
I think the car is safe.
Good... Did you notice the window of the car is left open?