Leila & Flynn are having fun. I let my dog run freely also in the country
at the hopes of not getting lost. The neighbors dogs run freely as well,
they often visit little Mickey. Like my chickens they do not run from the
dog. The rooster I have is on the aggressive side, often attacks me and
flaps my legs from behind. Sneaky bird that does no real harm. The dog
however keeps his distance from the rooster.
I bet your looking forward to training them :) my favorite training book.
Good Owners, Great Dogs [Paperback] Brian Kilcommons.
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However, I admit at first I never wanted a dog. I inherited the dog from my
parents. It did not take long for me to learn something about my self after
getting the dog. I learned that one can get attached to those animals. I
learned that I like dogs better than people. Dogs and the farm life do go
hand in hand. All is well.
Enjoy Life... Nad R (Garden in zone 5a Michigan)
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