Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesday 78 - Love

Bella's still on restricted exercise so when Nemo came and dumped snow as deep as Bella is tall on us, Bella's daddy plowed this path all around the yard for her. And her mom shoveled out a few 'potty stations' along the way so Bella wouldn't (couldn't) go bounding into the drifts to relieve herself.















Sorry Nemo, Bella's daddy loves her. (And her mommy does, too.)

Hope everyone in Nemo's path fared as well as Bella did!




12 comments:

  1. That was so nice of him!

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  2. You brought back a very strong memory. My dog, Acadia, was in a wheelchair for the last years of her life because a disc problem made her back legs non-functional. In that time, we had a huge storm that dumped 7' of snow on us in a couple of days. We couldn't shovel it (it was too much) so we went out with snowshoes and stomped down paths for her and stomped out an area for her to do her business.


    So, I smiled when I saw what you'd done for Bella. That is love, pure and simple.


    Very pretty photos.

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  3. All I can say is, a lot of bloggers are getting some serious biceps and triceps this winter.

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  4. Wow!! That is some serious snow! Bella's a lucky girl :)

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  5. What great peeps you are....Bella's snow track looks pawsome!

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  6. I cannot believe how DEEP that snow is!

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  7. We want some of that snow. We have snow but more is always better. No one plows a trail for us but after a few days we manage to trample down some nice paths.

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  8. That's a pretty cool path, now where is your sweater
    Benny & Lily

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  9. Oh it looks so familiar. :-) We've begun the big melt, I hope you have as well!

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  10. Sheba's Life StoryFebruary 14, 2013 at 5:08 PM

    Great photos, that was very kind of your humans.


    Sheba.

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  11. Glad Bella did so well

    Stop on by for a visit

    Kari

    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  12. Glad we aren't the only ones who clear areas for the pups! :-)

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