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Here are some updated pics of my herd.

How they change so fast! I can almost see Harley's adult face coming through.


Noah has been a bit camera shy the last couple of week.


Jellybean celebrated her 14th birthday this weekend. We had cupcakes for her. ;)
 

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awww there sooo cute
 

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They are SO cute! Harley's got the cutest little face ever! The only time I've ever seen a Dalmatian was in the Dalmatians movies, but I think they are absolutely gorgeous =)
 

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they are really beautiful.
 

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Beautiful dogs.
You should share more pictures! :D

Your cat is gorgeous too.
 

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Aww,such gorgeous pictures.I love Harley's snow nose.

I have a question...do you keep your GP in the house or do they live outdoors? I only ask because I know these breeds are generally working dogs and from what I hear,it is rare that people keep them in the house...so I am just curious and interested in learning more.Thanks.
 

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All my dogs stay in the house most of the time. Noah does likes to claim a cool spot in the yard to keeps an eye on things. When we are gone he will sit on the couch watching out the window cat napping. Harley is just now starting to bark at the environment and earning his security badge.

I was worried when I first got the breed that not having a "job" for them would be a less than an ideal situation. I was given info that many of the livestock guardian dogs are treated more like livestock than a family pet. As I write this Noah is letting us know about an invasion of squirrels or something. So, he has taken up a job of sorts. They seem to be well adjusted canines in suburbia.

I do have to admit that when I finally looked at my ceiling fan blades I was grossed out. I often wondered why I wasn't finding any fur on the floor... I know where to find it all now.
 

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I was worried when I first got the breed that not having a "job" for them would be a less than an ideal situation. I was given info that many of the livestock guardian dogs are treated more like livestock than a family pet. As I write this Noah is letting us know about an invasion of squirrels or something. So, he has taken up a job of sorts. They seem to be well adjusted canines in suburbia.
That is why I asked,because from other dog forums I always read/hear that these dogs are livestock before pets.So I just wondered.I have never met this breed in person,not sure if there are any on the island.They are beautiful though! :D
 
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