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Saturday, February 26 2011

tHiS wEEk wE weNt 2 tHa pAtRiK sHaNnaHan cLiniC.

wHiLe tHa bIg dAwGz werKd, i hAd 2 sIt oN tHa fEnce.

sOmeTImez iT wuz bOrIng bUt iT wuz beTTr thaN tHa crAte.

cEnts oTheR puPPees wEr werKing, mOm LeT mE werK 2!

mY pRaYerZ wEr fInaLLy aNsWrd!

pAtRiK dId tHa sTeeRin N mOm wAtcHd. hE tOLd mOm i wUz a nIcE pUp n sEd i wUz reDDy 4 LeSSoNz! tHe sHeeP gOddEz whO hAd tHa sHeeP sEd i coULd sTarT werKn 1 tIme a wEEk aFter LiLyz LeSSoNz!

tHanK eWe, LOrd!



Posted by: AT 11:08 am   |  Permalink   |  5 Comments  |  Email
Congratulations Trace! I'm glad you got to work the sheep. Looks like you deserved that time in the jacuzzi at the end of your workout.
Posted by CeeCee on 02/26/2011 - 11:45 PM
Sweet boy! My girl will have to catch up, and no doubt she will. She's only 2.5 week old right now however! Only I would notice that Trace switched from the leather lead to the chain lead to watch at the rail. He's growing up so fast! And his technique looks really, really nice. I'll be Lily kind of likes the company. In spite of herself.
Posted by sue on 02/28/2011 - 08:10 AM
Lily is fond of her little brother. He plays border collie games with her. Oh yes! All fence tie-outs MUST be chain! As for his technique, he is very different from Lily. He kicks out and gives much more distance. Lily's parents and grandparents were bred for working cows on a feed lot, thus they probably didn't care if the dogs worked close and didn't give that distance.
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 03/01/2011 - 10:59 AM
Even if I never get the distance work in Lily, I think that she and Trace will compliment each other well. He should make a really nice all-around working dog and she can concentrate on the close-up sorting, penning, loading work which she seems to do so well at.
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 03/01/2011 - 11:01 AM
One of each! Neat-O. I've got amazing distance with Emma. I don't have a clue what I'll have with the new pup. I love that - not knowing a thing, but hoping for everything. The breeding, hopefully, will tell. It usually does....
Posted by Sue on 03/07/2011 - 06:39 PM

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