By Kim Lemmon
A lot of folks have a barn or farm dog that accompanies them to the barn or around the farm while they complete their chores. I’ve always adored barn dogs and coveted them because of their companionship and ability to enter the barn first and check for wild critters that may be hiding.
I’ve never been able to have a barn dog of my own. I currently own three dogs and they are all too wimpy for barn work. They run off at the sight of their own shadows.
My neighbor, Patricia, used to have a yellow lab that accompanied her to the barn daily for chores but the lovely dog sadly died of old age a few years ago. I know Patricia has missed that dog daily. It was great to have a barn buddy.
I often visit with Patricia and her horses when she cleans her horse stalls.… Continue readingRead More »