Friday, February 25, 2011

The Busy-Body Gene

Shamans Anatolians have what Audrey calls the "busy-body gene".  These pictures show that Zander inherited this gene from both parents. 


This is the stick I use to break up ice in the horse troughs.


I had just used it, and returned it to it's storage place.


"Look what I have! Play?"


A little later I was taking pictures of the small hail that fell last night, and was saved in dips in the snow, making interesting patterns.  Zander came to help. Actually, he just had to see what I was looking at.

7 comments:

Verde Farm said...

OH my goodness-I think my Great Pyr has that gene too. He can’t leave anything like that alone and he has a little place where he likes to pile up all his finds :)

Mary Ann said...

What beautiful dogs! I'm so glad you posted at Farm Friend Friday and I found you!

Buttons said...

Beautiful dogs.B

Teresa said...

He is so beautiful and quite the help!

Judy said...

Thanks! I, of course, think Zander is gorgeous :-). And yes, he's always right there ready to be helpful.

luckybunny said...

I have Great Pyrs and I love to pieces, but I've always loved an Anatolian too - handsome pup!

Judy said...

I have yet to meet a livestock guardian dog that I didn't like :). I think all the breeds are wonderful, and wish I could have a couple of all of them.