Phoebe Snow


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Stonepillar’s Scotian Snowbird was born December 19, 2007. She was a registered Bouvier des Flandres puppy.

She became Phoebe Snow when she arrived at our home.

Here she is this morning!


And how we love her!


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7 Responses to Phoebe Snow

  1. Sue says:

    I still find myself thinking her name is Charlotte :).

  2. I towel dried her, then combed out the “chunks”. It was about 2C here today, so she dried off quickly and lounged by the wood stove for a while.

  3. Mary Waind says:

    Right in her element in this winter weather ;-}
    She’s a beauty, Marie.

  4. Jeannette says:

    I just read your comment “We have a secret” on Mockingbird Hill Cottage blog . This touched me deeply. We lost our golden retriever Abby on September 7th and must say I am finding it so difficult not having her here. She was 13 so I know we were lucky to have her so long, but it just wasn’t long enough…I plan to print your We have a secret and re-reading often. Thanks so much

  5. Reminds me of a labrador that we had years ago. Murphy loved to lower his nose into the snow and snow plow. He always had snow all over his face when he came in from playing. Thanks for the memory. Phoebe is adorable.

  6. Debra says:

    Cute post! She’s adorable! It’s snowing here this morning but just lightly and I prefer it to rain and mud which is all that we had for a week!

  7. Claudia says:

    She’s adorable – we get those darn chunks of snow on Scoutie, too.


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