Friday, March 27, 2009

Not a mop . . . a dog!

Yesterday I was trying to find a photo of an Old English Sheep dog to show a friend the kind of dog I have always wanted and I came across this . . . and spent the next 20 minutes laughing.

Hungarian Puli sheep dog "Fee" jumps over a hurdle during a preview for a pedigree dog show. Dortmund, Germany, Thursday 24 April 2008.

8 comments:

kerstins blogg said...

fin bild

D said...

That right there is messed up. I would like to see it in action lol.

t-odd said...

Those Krauts are CRAZY! What with their pet floor mops and affinity for sausages and lederhosen.

Bandobras said...

Don't be funnin on the Pulik. That is plural of Puli. An ancient breed of sheep dogs with the rasta coat that come from Hungary.
I was allowed to feed and house one once and he was easily the smartest and bravest dog I ever owned.

Kathleen @ ForgingAhead said...

OMG! What a kick! Love it. Thanks for the giggle (and expanding my arcane knowledge of dog breeds).

Roo said...

Holy moly- does that thing have legs? Must be hot in summer.........

Marit Chrislock-Lauterbach said...

Hee hee hee hee hee! WOW - great for keeping wood floors dust free! :)

Ordinarylife said...

Oh, that is so funny. I agree with Merit, maybe I should get one for my floors... although I am not sure they would survive with all that hair in our hot African sun?