Here is something amusing to look at.
I am not sure if Milo would be so kind to a magpie. (or a possum).
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That is too cute.
It sure was a treat to watch both get on.
Cute. Have a good break, Gerard. –Curt
Thank you, Curt.
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That really did bring a smile. Happy break, Gerard. I hope it’s punctuated with something fun.
Thank you, it was fun and perfectly timed. Lots of rain before and lots after we came back.
Amazing vid. The JR is a puppy isn’t it? Can’t imagine Snowy playing nicely either. His big Podenco teeth would be round that bird in a flash I suspect 😦 That bird is quite clever, loved when it was twirling around the washing line.
I reckon Milo too would not be that loving either. However, back on the farm he befriended a blue tongue lizard. They slept next to each other in the sun.
Enjoy your break! 🙂
We did and it was lovely but very hot the last few days.
Have a good break.
This video has been around for a while but I thought it was so awesome when I first saw it, so it is definitely worth a second look!
‘See you’ when you return.
A great dog. Puppies can be taught quickly and this one seems to have been brought up with the bird.
This is just astonishing… on the other hand i would love to have Milo sort out our maddening magpies!
I don’t think Milo would be that loving towards the magpie. We picked him up from the kennel. He could get out quick enough. He is so rude.
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