I’ve never lived with dogs who are such persistent Houdini’s, snoops and trouble makers; mostly in good ways though and oddly enough I am beginning to appreciate these traits.
I think Gibson is worried we’ll go without him. Cajun rides with us almost every evening to gather sheep on pasture, although he rides tied in the back :)
Perhaps Gibson is trying to convince us he’s ready to ride too.
Then there is the other side of Gibbs - the friendly, easy going side. This is Gibbs with BJ curled around his head. It's a tough working dog life here.
At just a couple days old they can sure get around. Amazing little gaffers really. I don't think I ever do lambing time justice in the...
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I gave myself a small mission for the trip to Nova Scotia - to visit with a flock of sheep and their guardians as I have done in Montana...