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Old Mar 2, 2010, 8:19 AM   #1
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Bottle Lamb watching 'House"..The little one sleeps in a dog crate at nite with one of my Aussies.
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Old Mar 2, 2010, 7:09 PM   #2
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Heh! Shouldn't this little one be watching Sesame Street or something, instead?
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Better yet Julie and lamb chops poor thing needs to learn something other than soaps!
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Shouldn't it be outside where farm animals belong?

Your home must have a marvelous scent.
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My Terrier doesn't pay much attention to the TV unless something is barking. Whenever she would see a bear or other large animal appear on the screen, she would run into the next room so she could sneak up behind it.

Oh, and she just loves 'The Adventures of Milo and Otis'. She sits still, watching carefully, sometimes standing when someone is in danger, enthralled during the entire movie.
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Shouldn't it be outside where farm animals belong?

Your home must have a marvelous scent.
IF it was outside where farm animals belong...it would be dead. Scent of my home is just as marvelous as any other home with a dog, cat, bird, hamster or whatever kind of pet.

Thanks for looking everyone else, I thought she was cute watching tv and would share.
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Stockdogtta, I know how you feel but I can tell you I hope there are no small children around that could pick up any kind of parasite from eggs brought in from the mire.... I own daughter had caught worms from the animals we had My fist husband allowed a small lamb to be in the house and we as well had pis and many small piglets ... I can say I am thankful that I had left the diaper off to air her out for that is how I found out what she had. I took er and the worm to the doctor and he could not believe it he gave the whole family red dye medication that killed off the worms and no one else had any thing but her she passed 12 other worms and a year later one more they can do damage to a living body.... yes my daughter is still living and I am sure when she was placed out for the tubes to get inserted in her ears the doctors cleaned her out as well... she is 28 now this happened when she was only 5 months old... the doctor said any animal could of brought it in dog cat lamb pig ...etc with her crawling around and sitting on the floor then placing her hands in her mouth she could of grabbed an egg and it hatched in her and since worms can breed them selves well that's life folks its not a bowl of cherries with out the pits.... there are things that will happen unless we carefully watch and learn what we need to know.... that is what a barn was built for a warm place for the animals to stay ... now I could say a TV in the barn for the animals to watch would be cute as heck and keep it on the animal channel we then mite have animals acting more civil.

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First nice shot..cool on at that...

Secondly..WHAT are you thinking??? That show is a Badd influence on such a small mind...(what's happening to parents these days???

Thirdly...having kids around animals is thw GOOD way to build up their immune system. Some of the healthiest kids I knew growing up were kids living in some pretty dirty homes..
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. the doctor said any animal could of brought it in dog cat lamb pig ...etc with her crawling around and sitting on the floor then placing her hands in her mouth
It can even come in food...



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. now I could say a TV in the barn for the animals to watch would be cute as heck and keep it on the animal channel we then mite have animals acting more civil.
Because of the Peta ads?... Or Dr. Ballards.???

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Any add or movie or funnys!
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