Cute! Trying to keep warm as I wait for Spring!:)
Me too, I'm really ready for spring. My gardens are calling to me!
I'm with Tammi! Sitting under the blankets with no motivation due to the cold!
Gee, I hope your chickens get better and start laying.
Me too. She's my favorite most spunky gal.
Same here It's freezing here in London :-)Cute photos even the noseless dog LOLHave a fantabulosa week
It's cold and gray here. February sucks, lol. Thanks for stopping over Steve. Hope you have a great week!! :)
Lovely shots! Thanks for hosting.
Thanks Judy! :)
His nose may be missing, but his fur looks fantastic. ;)
Hah! I won't tell him you said that. He already knows he's beautiful, lol
Even with his nose cut off he has a very long snout :> I wonder if adding flax seeds to her diet would help you hen recover. I did it once for a chicken who'd lost most of her feathers, and they grew in beautifully. Now I eat flax too cuz they it;s so good for the skin:)
Flax is good for you...high in protein too, right? They need lots of protein to keep their bodies working right. I may try that. He does have a long snout, I think he's tired of the joke "Why the long face, bud?" lol
Cuties! I hope she gets a' laying soon! Happy WW!
Me too!! Have a great Wednesday! :)
So glad to link up this week :) Hope your chicks feel better. Come link up at http://www.bigfoottribe.comMichelle :)
Thanks Michelle! Have a great week :)
And I guess the dog's not smelling either.http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/02/wordless-wednesday-frickin-elephant.html
Hah...guess not :)
Haven't had my nose cut off, but I've got swollen glands and a sore throat!!!
Aww, hope you feel better soon, Erika!
What kind of dog is that? It is hard to tell with no nose!
Hi Kristen, he's a smooth coat collie, think Lassie with short fur. :)
This week...trying to rein in the chaos as the kids prepare for Sports day next week :)Dominique@Dominique's Desk
Awesome, Dominique! Good luck with sports day!! :)
I'm a sickie this week - poo! Just wanting to get well soon! (Popping over from the WW HQ - thanks for hosting a linky party over here! Hope you have a great week!)
Lots of crud going around still. Hope you feel better soon! :)
very cute.emma and buster
Happy wordless Wednesday!
Thanks! You too!
Too cute! Hope the eggs will appear soon!
Me too! Happy Wednesday!! :)
Oh dear! Hope the chicks start laying again soon.
Thanks Paula, me too!
Chickens go through a molt period (once or twice a year). They lose feathers and stop laying. It doesn't mean they are sick, it's a natural thing that happens every year. Where I live here in Texas, we usually only get one molt a year. My chickens just started laying again from this years molt.
Hi Kay...this gal molted last fall, and I'm slightly suspicious it could be a second molt...but I catch her huddling in a corner all puffed which makes me think she doesn't feel good. I'm also worried her comb is super pale, which it wasn't with her molt this passed fall. I'm doing their routine worming a bit early just in case it's something like that...but after this I just wait and see if she either perks up, or gets worse. Hopefully she'll perk up. All my other adult hens are healthy and laying, so hopefully she will be doing the same thing soon. Thanks for your comment...I LOVE talking chickens with other chicken people. :)
Full nose or not, he's a cutie! I hope your chicken is doing better.Happy WW!
Thanks Dana! Happy Wednesday! :)
Hope the chickie gets better and start giving you eggs.I played too. Mine are here and here.
Thanks!! Happy Wednesday!
Aww hope your chicken is better soon. We have a sick kitty who might not make it. :(
Aww, I'm so sorry to hear that Michele. :(
Reminds me of my days on the farm!
That chicken sure doesn't look sick! Great Photo! You really capture their personalities in your pictures!Happy WW, Linked Up, Thanks for the linky!Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly
Presidents' Day already? Hey, didn't we have a Wordless President? Wordless Cal?? And if you've got a winter break from school, hope you enjoy that!
Cute pictures. Happy WW.
Ouch poor doggie
He is absolutely adorable. natural medicine center