Longtime supporter Barb R. sent another box of Christmas goodies for the dogs, and so it was time to let Santa’s helpers help themselves to the gifts inside. As usual, blind Stella went first, removing the doggie blankets on top. The other dogs wait around for her to do this, and she loves this part more than anything.
Once Stella had pulled all the blankets off, it was time to review the selection of toys and treats:
We had to cut the flaps off the box and then cut down the sides several inches because the box was so big, the others couldn’t really get into it! But once we did, all the treats were at nose level, as you can see in that photo above. “Yum … yum … where to start?”
Tanner grabbed a soft toy, one of many he pulled from the box:
Millie is new to this Xmas tradition?but immediately knew what to do:
And just to show she’s more than a blanket-girl, here’s Stella giving Mr. Duck a good once-over:
I’m happy to report that Mr. Duck survived that mauling intact, but does look a little worse for wear this week.
Leila K. says
How precious of Barb to lovingly send these things every year. It is such a hoot to watch the dogs unload their Christmas box. Love them!
Tonya Allen says
Your helpers are so well-behaved! There’s teamwork, and taking turns, and everything. I’m sure you had as much fun watching them as they had unpacking.
Barb Ribinski says
I just noticed today that you changed the photos that scroll on your home page. That Tanner is one photogenic dog!
How much fun is that for all ! Enjoyed the photos of the dogs enjoying Christmas! Happy New Year to all at the farm!
Shirley and James says
How AWESOME!!! Two paws up for Barb!!
Jane T says
Thank you Barb for bringing the Christmas joy to the dogs – and to all of us who see these joyful pictures!!!!
Clay Hickman says
Great Christmas gifts for the dogs!