|Hank watching sheep|
Pepper did a little warm up in the small pen and then we took the sheep out to the big field where she was pretty calm and settled for most of the session. I had her take the sheep to a corner and do some little walk up and outs, and she was starting to feel the bubble for herself and stopped on her own when the sheep just started to pick up their heads. This is a big step forward for Miss Pushy.
|Pepper walking up on the sheep nice and slowly|
|Nice calm flank|
|I just thought she looked cute here, ears a flapping|
I got some exciting news from my mom at the AHBA trial this weekend. Lena, who is just 10 months old, the sister of Sally and Tessa, got the first leg of her JHD and some really big complements from the judge, Roy Sage, about what a good dog she is. Akela, a son of Kip, got the first leg of his HTADIs and did a nice calm job. They only trialed one day, so will have to go to the next trial to finish their titles.
Not so exciting today is one of my sheep is feeling poozly and I think she has mastitis. I am giving her an antibiotic for that. I left her behind when Ben and I moved everyone else out to eat grass in the yard.