Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
The dogs (and cats) you see at the country stores are always too friendly to be guard dogs. They are more like a Wal-Mart greeter, only better.
Every good guard dog needs a bit of 'down time'.
That's the kind of guard dog our Sadie is.
got to see this one!he's so cute!happy weekend!betty
well, i think the burglers would trip over him nicely...
I imagine he would protect his owners if they were in danger.
He's just resting his eyes.
Perhaps he i just getting his rest because he has the night shift.
AWW, how cute. He does look like a great guard dog. Cute photo.
what a sweet dog :)
I think it's a very smart friend, because to take a nap is the best thing to do!purrs, love and happy SundayLuna - WE LOVE LUNA
Iove it! Stand on nap for thee!
it's summer! Naps are allowed!:o)
The dog days of summer!
Now there is a happy and content puppy dog (just as all dogs should be).Johnrelaxedrush.blogspot.comconnectedtothevinephotography.blogspot.com
Adorable guarding or napping or whatever.Darla
Dogs like this spend so much time around people that they become exceedingly placid and trusting. He would probably hold the door open for the burglars.
I have respect for dogs, so I'm glad he is asleep. Beautiful animal portrait.
He certainly does look comfortable in his guard position.
Naps are good!
...and he matches the wall :-). awwwww......
He is a guard dog about like Lorelei's Otto!
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