Here's my non-horse dog, Annie who likes to chase them and occasionally gets nailed for it! She's learning not to chase the cats or eat the hamster but she's definitely a hunter at heart..... Very sweet with people, I always say she'd lick a robber to death......
This is Skyler, our cattle dog mix. He REALLY has a heeling instinct, used to drive us crazy, heeling us, still occasionally gets carried away and gets us (OUCH!!) but he really goes for the horses' heels, wants to herd them so badly but they just don't listen or they turn on him and send him running with his tail tucked!! He's much more obedient than the husky. I can call and point where I want him to go and he mostly does it, unless he's on the tail of a rabbit! Loves to jump, do dog agility kinds of things.
As a puppy-
Awww! Everyone as cute dogs so far. C: I ADORE Roxy's blue eye!
Puddin' leg Jack Russels!
My dog Jane (left) and my barn owners dog Tugs (right)
My dogs are not barn dogs, very rarely do I bring my dog to the barn. Tugs on the other hand is a outdoor dog, and a very tough one indeed. Tugs is 19 years old and is still going strong, though recently unable to hear, deaf.(usally comes back to the barn from hunting trips with bunnies or mice) xD nasty Tugs. My dog Jane is 9, and I call her ol' grey beard.
My family has 6 dogs but mine is Zoe, a 5 year old border collie/ aussie/ and I think coyote mix lol!
She might look older because of the white on her face but I can assure you she is her age because I have known her since she was born :)
She is a major stinker and chases the horse up and down the fence when they run, barking her fool head off. But, she is my baby and I love her so much! She is also an awesome agility dog, she can jump so high!!! She is wayyyy too smart for her own good and can open gates and get out of our yard in unknown ways :P Anyways, here's my girl :)
HorseOfCourse beautiful sheltie, we also have a tri color
Our sheltie is named "April Love", she is 4 now. She herds the children, sometimes me on laundry day, the kittehs, and our horses. She is definitely naturally born to be herding things I think she lives, breaths, and dreams it
April didn't scratch the couch btw.... my brothers gave us the couch after his crazy cat tore it up.
Although she did not destroy the couch, she most DEFINITELY "Eats chair... num num"
With our bengal kitten, she was a runt and had a hard time keeping warm....