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Leo's blown most of his coat and he looks SO different. The summer coat is Anatolian creamy tan color. I wonder if that was seasonal or food deficiency?

Pantaloons and tail are still a mess that I'm slowly working on.
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He's on supervised sheep time. He will run through center of flock then follow sheep who breaks separately. Not going for legs or underside of throat. Just running with mouth open happy grin. Hera tries body blocking with jaws open and tense ear set. He stopped each time Hera blocked him or I went AHNT! NO LEO!

Teenages stupid still continuing, sigh. Then they both went to terrorize the tree clean up crew.
 
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14 month old teenage crazy. He will outgrow it eventually.

Ozel is annoying DS1 because she won't allow the sheep to go out in the tall grass to graze. She keeps rounding them up and returning them closer to the barn. DS1 said that the dogs were barking a lot in the tall grass area for several nights so probably she is worried about what might be out there to eat her sheep. LOL She is only 18 months old.
 

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Well Leo had his last meal and is in crate that is wired shut for the night. He has to be fasting for 12hrs. He gets dropped off at 8am tomorrow for his neuter. He is almost too big for the XXL crate. It will be interesting to see how much weight he's put on in last 3 months.
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