The three main things a Labrador requires are...
…nourishment, being nourished…
…usually followed by more nourishment.
Equal usually refers to to two things being the same,
which a Kelpie and a Labrador are not.
However, it is often
not the size of the dog in the fight,
the size of the fight in the dog
which equalises them…usually.
…faster, would see long odds for a Labrador…
…short odds for a kelpie.
During my working life I have come into contact
with many (sheep dog) pups…all of which
Candi did not take long to settle into
Number 2 Son’s arms.
He may have had a head start as
she was a Christmas or birthday gift
from him and daughter-in-law to me.
I have never seen an ugly Labrador
at this stage of its life.
Taji still loves to be handled and
given some rough play.
I think my all time favourite ‘cutes’ are
the several hundred photos I have
of ‘Nosy’ and ‘Rosy’ and Mum Limpy
on our last night in Africa 2013.
At 6-8 weeks old what more would a cub do
but munch on elephant dung
while watching tourists.
The above definition of ‘durable’ aptly describes
what an Australian Kelpie is supposed to be.
A hardworking pooch.
However, after ten to fifteen minutes of
chasing a rope around the backyard…