Skip to comments.Free-Roaming N.M. Dog Has a Lawyer
Posted on 06/01/2012 7:15:22 AM PDT by CedarDave
Blue the dog doesnt have a home. But the blue-eyed Australian cattle dog has $1,800 in savings, a Facebook page and an air-conditioned dog house.
He also has a lawyer, who is working to get him an exemption from local leash laws so he can continue his free-wheeling lifestyle in southern New Mexicos lakeside community of Elephant Butte, where he was abandoned as a puppy a decade ago.
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Someone must be feeding him, or he is a very good trashcan raider (or eats smaller pets?).
You didn’t read the post.
My 11 year old Golden who doesn't bark has taken to "groaning" when he gits up, or down, or when he yawns. omebody who doesn't know him could mistake it for a snarl, or a growl. It isn't. It's just a sign of old age.
When you lay down with dogs,you wake up with lawyers.
‘Most any dog can be provoked.
This is a very New Mexican story.
We live in EB and see Blue virtually everyday. He’s a sweet old dog, living the good life sunning, eating (very well!), and getting plenty of fresh water. We contribute to his food fund every time we fill-up. With the exception of a couple of spoil-sports, everyone here loves Blue and treats him like any other “local.” I’m pretty sure he doesn’t have a lot of time ahead of him, so I wish they’d just leave him alone and let him live out his days as he has for the past decade...friendly, happy, and content.