Black and white maremmas

Black and white Nellie

Black and white Nellie

Greeting loyal readers.  It has been raining now for two days and mummy is sad because she wants to go out and do things in her garden.  Me and Nellie are sad because We are not allowed inside to snooze in front of the fire.  Daddy says We are still way too muddy to be allowed to come inside.  As you can see from the photos Nellie is now a two-tone dog: black and white.   Daddy still cannot work out how Nellie gets mud on her head. Love Nellie and Jasper the two most dampest maremmas in the land.

Nellie looking adorable

Nellie looking adorable

Me and Nellie looking to see what neighbour Paul is up to.

Me and Nellie looking to see what neighbour Paul is up to.

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2 Responses to Black and white maremmas

  1. Martha Wood says:

    I just want to say I love this little blog. It brings joy to my life to see what Jasper and Nellie have been up to! I had the good fortune to visit New Zealand in 2003. Lovely country. Everyone was so kind and helpful to us tourists and we hated to go home! Would love to return again one day. Keep on blogging. Jasper and Nellie, I hope you dry off soon so you can get back to sleeping by your fire.

  2. ehamblyn says:

    Greetings. Thank you for your kind comments. Me and Nellie try to be the bestest maremma ambassadors that we can be. We are very special dogs and sometimes behave accordingly. Off Me and Nellie go. It is very cold here and Daddy is letting Us inside. He might even give Us our morning dinner. Love Nellie and Jasper

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