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Great Dogs of Adair Co., KY: Blue, playing Top of the Mountain

2016-05-07 - Pellyton, Adair County, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
'Blue' on her Command Post - is in charge of the earliest - born of the spring crop of goatlets who have an area fenced off from the mature nannies. From this photo I can't identify which of the three dogs is in the background. The 'tower' is meant as an exercise 'jungle gym' for the growing kids, but Blue finds it is a good command post. Blue also spends the night with her group of youngsters--in one of the roomy box stalls in the stable. Each dog has particular 'charges' although two dogs, Aneto and Munchkin, share the responsibility for the older does when outside. Two 'billies' have a separate area across the lane, and they don't have a canine 'minder'. - Sharon Whitehurst. Clicking Read More accesses Sharon Whitehurst's latest essay, "The Night Side of the Moon," which has more to do with growing great potatoes than Great Pyrenees.

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