There she is, as promised! Sorry it's kind of a bad picture.. she doesn't hang around on the side I ride at so much. It's really hot here, too, so she hides out under the trucks. As you can see... no wrinkles! And very gorgeously cute. Once it gets cooler and she is out a bit more I'll show you a picture of her standing. I love this little gal! One of my favorites out of the barn dogs!
Friday I was at my barn, and finally saw this one barn dog up close.. Basset Hound, NO WRINKLES! I instantly thought of your Molly! This girl was brindle, though. I'll have to snap a picture next time I see her!
I was never afraid of a Rottweiler. My husband is because he had neighbors who used to let theirs get out all the time and they jumped his fence and killed one of his ducks. He and his lil terrier ran them off but he's had a thing about them ever since.
I would have never pegged Molly as a guard dog but if ANYONE approaches our back sliding door, she flips out. Even if she's seen the person 10 minutes ago. We had Terminex here two weeks ago and she met him outside and was all.. I LOVE YOU! Rub my belly! And then he came to the back to spray around the door and she was barking, lunging and growling. LOL. I said, you MET him! But I let her do it. It's the only time she's ever like that. Cats, deer, and raccoons are included in the "You cannot enter my yard" law.
I had a neighbor who had a great dane. He was the biggest, doofiest dog I'd ever seen and therefore just totally loveable. I only ever got to see him walking by. I wanted to run out and hug him.
Why are they strict against Rotties? Is it because they think they're dangerous?
Molly loves those things. She loves to remove things from places. We also have this set of buckets and a vanilla smelly critter and you put the buckets around and hide the critter under one and she's "supposed" to smell her way to the right one. She's too smart for that. She just tips it over and looks. Worst scent dog ever. :P