Thursday, January 22, 2009

I thought german shepherds....

were bred to protect sheep...




Not eat them!!!

Lesson learned, do not leave your child's toys out around your mischievous puppy.
Look at her trying to look innocent on her blanket on the couch.


Notice K's german shepherd toy is not present in the shepherd scene..tee hee.


I only had a small moment to post but I had to share that!

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9 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Where do you get the lovely scenes from? like I notice that the bottom of the scene and backdrop.. I've never seen that availble. Maybe this is an easy answer, but I really want to know! :)

Lenasmommy from MDC

Nicole Spring said...

Hey there!
It's made by Ostheimer and its called 'shepherd decoration'. It wasn't in the recent catalog though so I think they discontinued it :( but I bet you could still find one at a waldorf school or an online store. HTH!

Sheila said...

aw, poor sheepy!

Kimberley Lynch said...

Oh the massacre! Ha! Our cat goes crazy for silk...we've lost many a silkie and streamer wand!
Kim

angela said...

I really like those animals and the scene please let us know where you got them, very cute. As time passes the teeth marks will become a warm memory!

kimara@weefolkart said...

If we left food unattended for even a minute, we'd return to find our food missing and our huskie's purple dino in its place! At least your puppy seems remorseful! Our huskie assumed she made a fair trade! Hehe! Beautiful scene...even with a few nibbles!

Nicole Spring said...

I got it through an ostheimer distributor awhile ago :( sorry. he item number is 9890. hopfully that will help in your search!

kimberley- i thought my cats were the only ones to do that! wow! i guess its jus tan odd cat thing then,huh? many of our nice silks have been ruined by them :(

kimara- oh you had me in tears envisioning that!! our husky isn't that clever. i have to email you and talk huskies :) they are their own breed for sure!! tee hee.

Dana said...

The scene is awesome. Do you make them?

Nicole Spring said...

Thanks! No, they are made by Ostheimer out of Germany. :)

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