Few events rival the excitement leading up to the arrival of a new puppy. We will soon be picking up our (my daughter’s) Border Collie from a Pennsylvania farm family-the Freys, who own Frey’s Livestock Supply. Our puppy’s parents are true working dogs, herding cattle on a daily basis. Our sheep don’t know about the change that is about to happen on our mini-farm.
I would like to thank Nancy Frey for the great photos she let me use, and I am told that there are additional puppies available just in case anyone is interested in a Border Collie of their own.
Otherwise, we are all happy to finally have some sun peeking through. The lambs are growing like weeds.
Chloe, when she is not chasing or being chased by Rosie, hides in the weeds waiting for unsuspecting prey.
I don’t know much about sheep, but when it comes to holding lambs, my wife does not have to ask me twice. There is nothing like the soft fleece on a Romney lamb. Even though he did not like the shot, I did not mind holding him.