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Old 11-29-2012, 05:07 AM   #11 (permalink)
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i keep saying im going to get Bella out on the sheep one time to see what she does. But I'm lucky to get my actual herding dogs (aussies) out often enough so it just keeps not happenign
Oh neVar, do it, do it, do it! Give Bella a try at sheep herding! I've seen photos of cavon's Finnegan trying his hand at it. It would be fun to see a wooly poodle with the flock.
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Hi neVar!

Aussies are amazing dogs. I've watched them in herding, agility, therapy, etc.

My Spoo, Louie, is very intuitive and learns fast. The more he participates in herding, the better he gets. He thinks it is so-o-o much fun having a toy that moves! The other day we were herding cattle down the road and out of nowhere---a calf veers left and tries to head down the wrong dirt road---and Louie runs around the calf, cuts him off, and pushes the calf back to the herd. Louie saved us lots of time that day. It was like having an extra hand!

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Put up a video some time if you can. I want to see it in motion! Thanks for the pics though, really cool.

Chagall's mom are you down in Mercer county or environs? I go to the Poodle Obedience Training Club of Greater New York (POTC) trial in April. It is in Allentown/near Bordentown. The first year I went I got lost on the way from the hotel in Bordentown and I could swear I almost drove into those sheep on one of the back roads down there.
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Chagall's mom are you down in Mercer county or environs? I go to the Poodle Obedience Training Club of Greater New York (POTC) trial in April. It is in Allentown/near Bordentown. The first year I went I got lost on the way from the hotel in Bordentown and I could swear I almost drove into those sheep on one of the back roads down there.
Country roads are fun, aren't they? My dh's office is in Mercer county, but we live in Hunterdon. It's not all that hard to run into sheep out here. I've "met" several hundred of the purported 80,000* there are in the State.
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HerdingStdPoodle - amazing pictures! I am just green with envy right now. I grew up on a dairy farm, and miss the cows. We had jersey cows and they are so sweet. When Mom bought her little farm, I told her she needs one cow on it... She promptly said no, and that I was too young to remember all the hard work... and I was, but I just love to sit there and pet them HA!

Chagall'sMom, those sheep are so pretty! Hmmm, perhaps can talk Mom into a few of those too Remington would fit right in with them! This may sound silly, but can you pet them? I would be inmy front lawn with veggies taking pictures and petting them HA... But I am sure it does get old...
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Louie is an awesome helper, and your homestead is magnificent! When he's free, is there any chance you could send Louie over to herd our neighbor's sheep off our property?
Chagall's mom, that picture reminded me of the time I was headed to work a couple of years back, and here came a ram running down the road toward me! Just trotting along for all he was worth. He seemed to be foing with purpose and it was so funny! Unfortunately I have no picture of it as I didn't have a camera phone at the time. :P But to this day I remember it vividly. Of course it might have to do with the fact that he was as tall as my car almost... And the SUV in front of me almost went off of the road!
Love the pics everyone and now I want Angel to herd sheep, she would fit right in.
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