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    Attached are a few pics of our herding dogs and their sheep.

    You can see more of my dogs at:

    www.everlastingaussies.com

    Check us out!

    Karen
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    you have lovely dogs and sheep
    angelcakes (penny)
    "The big fish eats the small one."
    -- Sephardic saying

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    Beautiful pics of your aussies. I love to see a good working dog doing what he was bred to do. Congratulations!
    You can't play nice with people who don't play by the rules!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy_n
    Beautiful pics of your aussies. I love to see a good working dog doing what he was bred to do. Congratulations!
    Thanks!

    My boys didn't get the opportunity to start herding until after their 7th birthday.

    Guess this proves, you can teach an old dog new tricks!

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    I love the colour of Aussies! Beautiful dogs!! Do they have huge herding instincts? Our border collie/red heeler has had absolutely no training and is always out there herding the cattle.
    35 Gallon (36" Long) See my tank pics and stats: My Blog
    Plants: Amazon Swords, Cabombas, Jungle Vals, Water Wisterias, Java Moss, Java Ferns
    Fish: 6 Bronze Cories, 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 3 Sunset Thick-Lipped Gouramis, 4 (tiny) Keyhole Cichlids, 6 Otos, 1 or 2 Ghost Shrimp

    Side effects of MTS:
    65 Gallon, 10 Gallon, 29 Gallon (all empty or cycling)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MandyL
    I love the colour of Aussies! Beautiful dogs!! Do they have huge herding instincts? Our border collie/red heeler has had absolutely no training and is always out there herding the cattle.
    Most have some degree of instinct. Some are more biddable than others.
    I've learned that a strong willed dog, that insists on doing it 'his way', can lead to trouble.

    Karen

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