Four months old and full of life, Mew's a real character
Some very welcome sunshine this morning prompted me to take the camera out with me when I took the dogs for their twice-daily run. I noticed that Mew's still eager to get into whatever picture I'm taking, while her close friend Maddie (from Kay and Oliver) is more camera-shy.
Mew and Maddie's characters are very different. Maddie's very serious and already taking an interest in sheep, while Mew seems to think that life's just a huge game! That doesn't stop them being great friends though, especially when there's a ball nearby!
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There's nothing quite like a bit of sunlight to brighten up a frosty morning and Victor's morning was certainly made brighter by the prospect of some training with these sheep. He's a lovely young dog, with a natural instinct for going round the sheep rather than charging at them. Dogs with this instinct are usually far easier to train than their wilder counterparts.
Mew continues to impress us, both with her amazingly fluffy coat, and her personality. How she'll turn out as a herding dog we've yet to see, but she certainly has plenty of self confidence. That's a very good start.