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I am a male yellow Lab. My birth date is September 4th 2011. I am in training to be a guide dog for the blind. (guide dog school -Southeastern Guide Dogs) I'm my raiser's fifth guide dog puppy. She will keep me for (about) 1 year, then I will head off to harness training! Please feel free to follow my blog and keep up with: Brandon's Life... As a guide dog in training

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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Animals Galore

OMD, Rudy's Raiser decided to take me on a short walkie outside... to meet some of her farm animals!
Thankfully, she took her camera out with us; so I do have a couple pictures to show you :)
I met the cutest little horse, lots and lots of goats, saw something called a "Alpaca", sniffed a rabbit, played with kitties, met the "pasture" dogs that get to stay with the goats, watched some huge horses walk past us, looked at a "llama", and I even saw some mini pigs!!
It was a whole lot of fun, I never knew my own brother (Rudy) lived on a farm! He's so lucky... I wished I had pals like that to hang out with daily. Maybe I could convince my own raiser's to buy a horse or 2??
Happy Thursday, and Rudy's Raiser told me that we may go to town today :)
Enjoy the pictures,

Al - Rudy's Brother

Note from Rudy's Raiser:
Hey guys!
I just wanted to say a quick thanks, to all who voted for Rudy at
Mango Minster. Rudy did win Readers Choice, Best In Show - and it was all because of your vote!
My nosey self, went and counted all the comments/votes later on... and (if I counted them up right) Rudy won by only ONE vote. So when I said "every vote counts" I really meant it!
Thanks again,

Rudy's Raiser

Enough's about Rudy... this blog post is suppose to be about ME... enjoy the ever so cute pictures below, I do hope to show a couple more later on.

These cuties smelled REALLY good...
Picture of Al sniffing some baby goats (through the fence)

If you look really close, you can see 2 large horses in the background... but all those annoying goats are in the front
Picture of Al looking at some of the goats/horses, which are in a large fence in front of him

See how cute Flash is?? I think he's adorable, maybe Rudy's Raiser will let me in his pen next time...
Picture of Al looking at our Mini horse, Flash (through the fence)


Corbin said...

Hehe, Flash is just about your size! Momma loves all the farm animals! Welcome, Al! Hope you enjoy your stay!

Pepsi the Lazy Bum said...

The farm animals are adorable! Hehe, bet you can be best friends with them real quick if Rudy's Raiser let you into their pen.


Jazzi said...

BOY!! Rudy is lucky to have so many friends at his house. Enjoy them for Rudy ok? If I was there, I would bark at them and make Mom crazy!! BOL


Amber DaWeenie said...

Oh, I wish I lived on da farm. We has lots of land at our house and horses across da street and chickens and cows on da odder side but Mom only has us dogs here. I would luvs to meet some of da farm pets up close!

Sue said...

Those look like some neat new friends to play with.
Morgan, Tsar and the Porties

Winnie said...

Flash is just the cutest horse I've ever seen. I would have wanted to take him home.

Glad you had fun.

Love and licks Winnie

Anonymous said...

How cool!!

Elyse and Riley

Jess and Glacier said...

Be careful-more of those horse pictures and you will have new roommates-a girl and four dogs. :) I love horses and actually so does Glacier, but the one who loves them the most is Roscoe. But if I were to run away and move in, Mr. K probably wouldn't let me bring Roscoe being a guide dog and all. :)
Sounds like Al is getting a lot of new exposures. Very cool. It's so neat to see the other side of the guide dog thing. :)

Mango said...

I am glad somebody checked my arithmetic and agreed. It sure was close.


Majbrit said...

How about my new friend, Rudy? Does he also get to play with Flash?
Agree with Pepsi ;-)
Wags and woofs from Fifty

Junior and Orion said...

Looks like you had a great time visiting all those animals. Flash is very cute!!!

Brian said...

Hooray for Rudy for winning the best in show! Those critters all look very nice too!

Benny and Lily said...

Wonder if we could bring those horsies home
Benny & Lily

Bella the Boxer said...

You are very lucky to have so many farm animals as friends! All I have are some "urban chickens" downs the street, which means they've got attitude. Really, I don't know why they don't like it when I come sniffing 'round...


Anonymous said...

You are having quite the adventure and lots of new experiences. Maybe you can convince one of those animals to follow you home?

And you can send a small horse this way (hint)