Today's Pairs are not my dogs, they are residences of the horse farm I ride at. I am pleased to introduce you to Miley and Juno.
|Miley - she is so beautiful|
|Juno - isn't this the cutest little face?|
Miley, the German Shepherd, is very friendly and loves to lean against you while you pat and fuss over her. She has often been kicked by the horses and she seems not to be learning from these experiences. She continues to bark/bite at their heels. It should be noted that all but one, are eventing and dressage horses and wear metal shoes with spikes. Miley is very affectionate with people and the barn cats.
Juno is a Border Terrier and is quite the farm greeter, she isn't a barker and respects the size and power of the horses. Her nose is often to ground and we have seen a reduction in the rodent population. She can be a lap dog when the mood takes her. She and the cats are not friends. She is definitely a Daddy's girl.
On an given day at the farm there can be 4-5 other dogs roaming around. Most of the horse owners also have dogs and bring them to the farm for a run out and swim in the large pond. On busy show days, the residence barn cats know it's time to go nap in the hay loft.
All of the dogs that either live or visit the barn love carrots, which we purchase in large quantities for the horses, so they, the dogs, have an endless supply of edible toys. The barn cats don't like carrots.