Exploring paths less traveled
Those horses would never hurt Daisy. She thinks she's bigger. Very cute. Give 'em all a scratch.
Delightful photos! Daisy knows she's safe with her companions, just as they know they're safe with her. That hoof is awfully close, though . . .
Both are safe with each other!!!The Green Dress with Ruffles for SALEWhen I was a Baby at Kanchi!!!
Their friends. That's good. Now if I could figure out how to.... the dog and the cat that is.
Daisy is a brave girl....nice photos...
That first photo is wonderful, Janie - shows a real bond between animals. Maybe Daisy should be a little more cautious though...
I am sure she would never be hurt on purpose. :)Didn't she have an injury last year...was it involving one of the horses???
I truly believe that we can LEARN from our animal friends. :)
Daisy might be too comfortable for her own good.
I think they've adapted to each other. We had a lab that liked to nip the horses hind hocks--you can imagine how that ended. Not well for the dog.
That is a a very trusting position in that last pic especially. Guess she forgot about her little incident not so long ago!
Dogs, I think, naturally trust all those in "their" pack. Not sure the horses always reciprocate, though! Yours do seem remarkably calm though--wasn't Daisy's misfortune from awhile ago an "accident"?
Yes--Daisy is VERY trusting... Great pictures... Glad she enjoys being with the horses so much...Have loved your pictures from the Canyonlands... Thank you so much for sharing.We just got home from a trip to Amicalola Falls State Park in GA to celebrate G's birthday.. Had a great time despite the rain... That didn't stop us from seeing some beautiful waterfalls... haHugs,Betsy
Wow! Very brave indeed!!Love your blog.Full of adventure:))
LOL... that's one brave dog!
Kind of scary! I bet she knows not to do that with other horses, though. She's a smart dog!
Ouch! Daisy is very brave!
Just wonderful pose by cute Daisy!
I think Daisy knows what she's doing. She and the horses must understand each other.