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This is a busy time of year for Angus in his new job. These geese need to get back in the water -right? And this musk rat also!13a614da-8a9e-4b28-b05a-e36df1650baf.jpg

 

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Angus can you come and help me chase squirrelly? I think if both of us work as a team he doesn't have a chance. Baaaahhhhaaaa.

Your Scottish lass,

Rosie

Until one has loved an animal, a part of  one's soul remains unawakened.  - Anatole France

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Idaho Cairns

Our girls are inclined to enjoy the fauna around this place, sometimes in quiet contemplation--with lots of urging from we humans.  Given the opportunity they would have put the chase on--loving that they can run these critters off if allowed.

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Idaho Cairns

The dogs are used to the daily visits and our commands to be quiet--sometimes we get a growl or two but no loud disturbance--now if the neighbors cat shows up on the deck, look out!  We feed what's known as "sweet mix" that we get at the local horse, cattle, western wear store.
Sometimes a doe with a fawn will stand its ground with the girls, probably to protect the little one and the dogs back off--grudgingly but making an intelligent choice--those hooves can slice and dice.  I don't think the deer are particularly afraid of dogs the size of Cairns but they pay attention and move off usually.

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