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A non-poo dog tale

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Rufus2 Tue 17-Apr-18 14:24:16

Anyone in need of a good laugh, or least a smile, should look at smile
You've probably all seen it before; it came courtesy of Matthew Webster (Oldie Mag), but it's worth seeing again and again and......etc.

Good Health

Bathsheba Tue 17-Apr-18 17:27:37

Haha, definitely brought a smile to my face! Thanks smile

hildajenniJ Tue 17-Apr-18 17:45:39

I'm sorry, but I don't find this funny. The dog was called and didn't obey. It's only because he's small that the sheep got the better of him. He was still chasing them and causing them stress. In a bigger dog that behaviour would be called worrying. Dogs should be kept on a lead near livestock.

hildajenniJ Tue 17-Apr-18 17:47:46

I should have said that I watched the video without music on YouTube.

Farmor15 Tue 17-Apr-18 20:43:53

I enjoyed this too- don’t think the sheep were being upset.

I do realise that dogs worrying sheep is a problem but wondered do foxes ever cause problems for sheep? Last week, from the window of a bus, I saw a fox strolling leisurely towards a field of sheep.