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Tuesday, April 19 2011

How To Confuse A Livestock Guardian Dog

Step 1: Wean lambs

Step 2: Add some more adult sheep and a few goats

Step 3: Move rams daily

Step 4: Wean more lambs so the screaming is in "surround-sound"

And for the final step . . .  have the Dear Friend put HER sheep on the property next door!

Poor Briar saw the sheep next door and had a mental melt-down this morning.

 "My sheep??!!"

No, not your sheep. Cathy's sheep.

"MY sheep!!!"

No! Cathy's sheep on Roberto's land. NOT your sheep.

"MY sheep! My sheep! MINE!"

Do NOT go over there!  The fence is hot!

 "Not my sheep? Why not?"

Because they're Cathy's sheep.

"Why not My Sheep? I hear sheep screaming. My Sheep screaming. Sheep not happy."

Mommy won't be happy either if you climb that fence!


The sheep won't shut up! I cannot stand the stress!"


I feel the same way, Dog. I feel the same way.



Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 10:57 am   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
Never a dull moment on your farm, is there? Poor confused Briar deserves some special treats. I check your blog often because your posts are always so entertaining ... and because I love to see the animal photos!
Posted by Terri's Pal on 04/19/2011 - 03:12 PM
NOPE! Never a dull moment! My mother had to rescue a little lamb that had squirted through the fence just last night. He was calling every predator in the county and Briar was quite upset.
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 04/20/2011 - 10:20 AM

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