12 Responses to “Can You Spot the Impostor?”

  1. lucy from PA.

    I am so jealous ..I love merles .But I don’t think I could handle all of those ! One or two are enough for me .Great photo.

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  2. Robin Bates

    What a great looking group!!!! :) Our Misti Blue would fit in very well with them!

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  3. Sullivan

    Ron, what a beautiful family you have, even if you do have a wanna-be in your circle of lovelies! I’m betting he/she is treated no differently and does not realize they are different. I say often when a family of multiples are presented, I sure am glad I don’t have to play favorites. Lucky you to get to live in all of this Sheltie chaos (ms?) every day, I know you are going to be having lots of fun for years to come.

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  4. Debbie

    Love this picture! Great to see the different markings and expressions! Hugs to each of them, “imposter” and all!

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  5. Ruth Shoenthal

    Ooh, so cute. I go weak in the knees for Blue Merles. The Aussie ain’t bad either. Or is he a Border Collie? Anyway, I wish my arms were long enough to wrap them up into a group hug.

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  6. Bobbie Pyron

    I spy with my own little eye…an Aussie among the shelties! Great photo!

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  7. Clark

    Imposter looks to be a Border Collie to me, next to the last on the right. All are beautiful, like all have said, can’t have just one.

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  8. Sheila Johnson

    I needed a good laugh this morning, and this was just the ticket! Love this photo!

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  9. Gloria

    Now that was a double take! I really had to look twice to fine the impostor!
    Great shot!

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