Good to know they have things under control ;-)
You have a couple of great guard dogs there! Mine is asleep at my feet right now...
I sure hope that you don't have any trouble with that coyote. We hear them in the distance and our little Maxwell he stands on the deck in that position to. That is sure some beautiful country around you.
OH--LOOK at Mikey's fur--all ruffed up and ready to defend his home, his people, his territory! I hope the coyote will realize that there's two to tangle with and decide to stay away. Glad Smoke was there to help keep up the guard dog duties. You're place is GREEN. LOL Here in the desert, it's almost obscene to have all that green around you because it means you've been watering illegally! Isn't that amazing that there's two different cultures living next door to each other? I love it!
I love your doggies and I love seeing your beautiful GREEN land.I sure would hate to see Mr. WC get into a match with your pooches. My Miss Mollie, the tiny QUEEN YORKIE who lives in our home would bark once, maybe let out a tiny YIP and then run away to her Momma. That would be ME!xoRebecca
Smoke looks so fierce!!!! You get em Smoke!!!
Is that an ACME fence? lolWhat are you going to the store for today G?
We hear them sometimes on the Blue Ridge Parkway....but...thank goodness haven't seen any close to the cabin.....Good look'n guard dawgs you got there...!!Enjoy
Oh my goodness when we lived in Oklahoma I was afraid to go out in the yard at night because you could hear the yelps and moans and see all the twinkling eyes lit up from those dang coyotes. Truly freaky.
Good to have those guard dogs!
Coyotes for real? Like, real, living, breathing coyotes? My goodness, I'm going to have to travel off the highways the next time I go west of my east coast domain! I also noticed how far you can see past your fence into the countryside. I can see my neighbors white fence and a row of trees before the roadway; and I've already moved to the country!! lol
Loyal security guards that work for love, shelter and food. Of course giving tons love, companionship and a secure feeling in return. I have a GS dog, so I know how blessed ya'll are to have such hard workers.
Good job, doggies! We had baby coyote on our deck a few weeks ago. Clearly starving. It was sad, and scary.
Occasionally we hear coyotes, but not often.I have yet to see one here on the farm.