Nobody said anything about rabbits…
Well, it depends on how Finn feels about rabbits. Will the Easter Bunny be able to deliver to chateau RicRac because the dog is on the alert, or is Finn the kind of dog that will do the "yeah, come on in, pleased to meet you" thing that lots of doggies will do!Happy Easter Jodie. :)
Cheers robyn, he has yet to meet a rabbit. We often see them on our morning walks but he seriously has never noticed them...its because he thinks he is a people.Hope you have a great easter
He looks like he would cuddle with the bunnies :)
Beautifully expressive face. I agree with Star of the East, Finn is more likely to snuggle up with any rabbits rather than try to frighten them.
I think given his past form I should think he would invite EB in, make him a cuppa and offer him a foot massage.
Bless 'im. He looks like the sensitive type. My old GSD's rabbit chasing days are over - she leaves it to the cats now who have been known to struggle through the cat lap with a bunny body.
Aw bless him! My old girl would still love to catch a rabbit, or guinea pig, or rat......
We like wabbits.... they taste like chicken.
What a great face!!He looks like more of a bunny cuddler than killer.Love him!
I've been hoping for more photos of Handsome Finn. Tell Finn if he kills baby rabbits the Easter Bunny won't come visit. Abby knows!
I hope he's tucked up in bed!
At our house the key word is BIRDS. Finn is certainly awaiting word of some kind, it appears!
I hope you didn't try to explain that not only will there be rabbits, they will also lay chocolate eggs. Too confusing!
There are two chocolate eggs sitting on the table on front of me. If I ate them, that would make me a bad mother, right?
No. You will be doing your children a great service and preventing tooth decay. Go on, you know you want to!
Ah, should have done it yesterday. Today's a fast day!
lol, i LOVE those big furry ears! ;p