My mother raised border collies. When the electric company wanted to move a couple hundred sheep they used to keep power lines clear across a super highway they used her border collies plus others to do it. The state troopers stopped traffic and it was amazing to watch those dogs herd those sheep.
Those are some great canines... I grew up with full sized Collies (Lady, Dutchess and K.C.), and they are remarkably smart dogs ...... the Border Collies are a very agile breed, fast and they love what they do ...
That was fantastic. I have a friend that is an animal trainer and last week I saw a picture of her and her dog getting on an airplane. Someone asked her if the dog sat in her lap. She said no the dog has it's own seat and it is always first class. She said fortunately her, Willie the dog, has to have a handler.
I watched a documentary on working dogs. One piece was taken in New Zealand in the mountains. The Shepard was an old fella and had one dog next to him. The sheep and other dogs were way down in a valley. He would whistle the commands and the dog next to him would bark at the dogs in the valley the commands he gave. Amazing intelligence. Worst thing that can be done to these dogs is pen them up or tie them up.
Even a doggo loves its job! Meh, I'm graduating from a university this year and I don't like working even before starting it :c But I have no other options, don't I? Incidentally, what are your thoughts on services which help with writing CVs? I found this review https://edureviewer.com/resume/craft-resumes-reviews/ and I don't know if it's good or not.
As a young teen, I belonged to a hay crew working for a Farmer. He, the Farmer, had this one property he hauled hay for that was a Dairy Farm.
That Dairy Farm was working over 100 Holstein milk cows, and they would be milked twice a day. That Dairy Farmer was called Preacher, because he cussed so much. LOL .
Anyway, whenever we were picking up hay bales on the Preachers farm, we would take a break at milking time to watch his Border Collie at work.
That Collie would walk into the field, and sit on his haunches. The cows would then line up like movie-go'ers waiting for tickets. It seemed like every time, at least one cow would start grazing away from the line, and that Border Collie would shoot off after the scofflaw cow like a bolt of lightning. LOL. It was such a hoot watching that dog keeping over a hundred Holsteins in line.
When my daughter was young one of the dogs we had was a Sheltie. That dog took control of my little daughter as her "herd"! At night she'd lay on my daughter's bed near the bottom edge and when I'd open the door to check on her before I went to be the dog's head would come up and give the a look like, "All's secure here sir!" God, how we loved that little dog! We were blessed with her for 15 years, just when my daughter went off to college.
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