Saturday is PhoBlog Day! Terry Fitch, cute puppy and a roo in the river…

Today is PhoBlog Day!  Happy Saturday!!

1)  I wanted to start with this very darling puppy.  Too cute!


2)  I found this on FB.  I thought it looked ‘Old Hollywood Western’ even though it is a current shot…

Uh oh... been there

3)  I found this on FB.  I thought it looked ‘Old Hollywood Western’ even though it is a current shot…

Looks like old Hollywood to me

4)  This photo is of a horse who is jumping by himself that I found on FB.  HOW CUTE IS THIS?  He is half Appy and half Welsh Cob.  Evidently, he is going to go to auction if he isn’t sold for $500.  So, if you want this very cutey patootey, coming 3 year old… he is in Canada.  Look up Kim Clayton on FB or send me a comment and I’ll hook you up.

Cute 2 year old Appy/Welsh Cob who is jumping on his own!! He needs a new home... Do you know of one?

5)  The floods in Australia are still rocking the cities.  Here is another good person helping a very drenched and scared kangaroo.

Poor Roo. The floods in Australia...

6)  These last 4 photos are all by Terry Fitch.  I saw these on FB and just loved them!

Terry shot this of her own horse

Sweet. Again, Terry's own horse

Another darling candid shot from Terry Fitch of her own horses


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To learn all about the Bucket Fund and to donate the the ‘Saved from Slaughter Orphan Foals’, please click on the photo (photo credit, Trish Lowe

HORSE AND MAN is a blog in growth... if you like this, please pass it around!

5 comments have been posted...

  1. Pam York

    Great photos! The german sheperd reminds me of our laboradoodle the first 2 1/2 years of his life. Harley ate doors, door jams, floors, furniture, eye glasses, teddy bears, and remotes!! Thankfully he is 3 1/2 yrs old and has calmed down : )

    The horses look happy and that is a pleasure to my heart. Unemployed unfortunately I still donate a tiny amount to the bucket fund

  2. Vera

    I ALWAYS love photos of horses in that “once in a lifetime” shot! Try as I might, I’m always too late to catch my 3 boys w/ a camera!

  3. Linda Horn

    Love the German Shepard and destroyed door – although it sure wouldn’t be so funny if it happened at my house!

    The Appy/Cobb appears to be a fine performer, even in that dark photo. Look at those tucked up knees at such a young age – and all on his own! Found Kim Clayton’s Facebook page after a bit of searching. 16 hours ago she said, “Well there has been lots of interest and appointments have been arranged to see him, so keeping fingers crossed he gets a real good loving home soon!” My fingers are crossed as well!

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