Dogs Meet Goats: The Canine Companions

Certain members of the canine persuasion are apparently a bit peeved that the goats get a whole entire blog. “What are we, chopped liver?” may have been uttered.

So without further ado, I’d like for you to meet the canine companions around here:

Luna is the larger (and older) one in the background, and Stella is in the foreground. And yes, their tails are like question marks. Hee hee. For those who don’t speak Italian, “Luna” means “moon” and “Stella” means “star.”

We didn’t get the girls together, and they’re not even related, but they’ve become like sisters — and both are mildly interested in the goats. Honestly they don’t pay much attention to one another, which I suppose isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

Anyway, if you’re curious to learn more about the canine girls, they have both kindly taken out time from napping, eating, and walkies to fill out memes at my other site, Bleeding Espresso:

Getting to Know Luna

Do you have canine friends?

If so, please feel free to pass along the meme to them and let me know where to find the answers! I’m trying to convince Pasqualina to fill one out, but so far she just wants to chew on it, which doesn’t make the MacBook happy. And when the MacBook ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.

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5 Responses to “Dogs Meet Goats: The Canine Companions”
  1. 06.03.2010

    They are beautiful and I love their names!

    Thanks Pam! They appreciate the compliments ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. 06.04.2010

    They are beautiful dogs. My Great Pyrenees is named Stella Diana–star and the moon goddess!

    Gorgeous doggie! Paolo once had a beloved dog named Diana, so that was sort of off-limits for us…but actually one of my favorite people in the world is named Diana, and two more are named Diane and Dyan…great name!


  3. 06.06.2010

    They are lovely! We have dogs..but they can not be trusted around the goats and have to stay in their yards!

    Ours don’t really mingle either; Pasqualina did hang out with both dogs a bit when she was little, so I always wonder what they’d do if left to their own devices now that she’s at least twice their size. Don’t *really* want to find out though ๐Ÿ˜‰


  4. 06.08.2010

    What kind of dogs are they? They are beautiful.

    Mutts, although they seem to have some Basenji in them from their curly-cue tails ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. 06.08.2010

    Beautiful dogs! They look very intelligent.

    Thanks Jennifer; they are pretty smart cookies. They don’t even run after the chickens ๐Ÿ™‚


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