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We tried to handraise one which we found in the grass. But to no avail

This little one seems to be surviving.

They have moved about 6m to a more secluded spot in my garden.

Not sure how the parents got it right 

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Vladimir and Babette start the next chapter of their lives. They were supposed to go to the rehab centre a few weeks ago but Covid got in the way. In a way it was a blessing in disguise as we eventually got Babette to use her right claw and perches on in very nicely. Apologies for the poor image quality as it come from a video screen shot.

 

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We tried to handraise one which we found in the grass. But to no avail

I have learnt to leave all birds well alone. They carry fleas and all sorts of lice. I nearly scratched my arm off once.

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Stella seems to have no fear of the waves, simply bulldozed through the shore break and treated the freezing Blouberg surf like it was a kiddies pool. Got worried at one stage when she missed a retrieving dummy and kept swimming further out - towards a sup boarder - poor guy wouldn't have been happy to be dragged to the beach! ;)  Messy, messy salty sandy wet and smelly car - all in keeping with how we roll.

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Aaaw so there is a serious case of a doggo missing his person and a person missing his doggo.

 

Enzo looks for my son all the time and my son is really missing his good boy.

 

 

We decided we'd just wait until my son is settled into varsity life and he can just see how things go with his schedule and hockey and what not else before moving Enzo down.

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Rocket, my 9 month old Australian Cattle Dog, needs plenty of exercise. I initially took him on runs, but he didn't get the mileage he needs. Therefore we go for rides. Rocket on a lead turns my bike into an e-bike for the first kilometer. He sticks with me and, for a youngster, is very well behaved. We only ride at quieter times.

 

Up to last week, I could still drop him down G-Spot. This morning I had him at my heels and had to let to let it all hang out to stay ahead.

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Rocket, my 9 month old Australian Cattle Dog, needs plenty of exercise. I initially took him on runs, but he didn't get the mileage he needs. Therefore we go for rides. Rocket on a lead turns my bike into an e-bike for the first kilometer. He sticks with me and, for a youngster, is very well behaved. We only ride at quieter times.

 

Up to last week, I could still drop him down G-Spot. This morning I had him at my heels and had to let to let it all hang out to stay ahead.

What a fantastic dog.My friends in Mokolodi had one.I remember when it was a puppy.

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