Barley receives a Big Sky Blanket as a gift and falls in love

Posted January 10, 2008

Barley, a GoldenDoodle, falls in love with a Blanket? YEP!

After receiving a Big Sky Blanket as a gift from his human Aunt, Barley fell in love and takes the blanket everywhere.

Barley, a 15 month old GoldenDoodle is from Amherst, NY received a Big Sky Blanket from his human Aunt just before Christmas. Barley loves the Blanket so much that he drags it around with him everywhere - just like Linus on Peanuts.

Amherst is just outside of Buffalo, NY. The weather gets cold, so it only makes sense that Barley should have a Big Sky Blanket to keep himself warm. Barley's parents admit that Barley is only outside in the cold for minutes at a time and could be considered a little spoiled... but, Barley is a great little dog and makes his parents proud. They say it's hard not to take a good picture of Barley.

Just before Christmas, Barley received a Big Sky Blanket from his Aunt, and Barley fell in love. He drags it around everywhere with him, just like Linus from the Peanuts Comic Strip. Barley's parents love durability and the quality feel of the material. I think it is safe to say that after receiving this Big Sky Blanket, Barley now has a favorite Aunt!

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