Sentry, Baymule’s Livestock Guard Dog

Baymule

Herd Master
Joined
Aug 22, 2010
Messages
34,424
Reaction score
104,586
Points
873
Location
East Texas
I sat down yesterday and immediately Carson and Sentry came to me for hugs.

1596975273231.png
 

goatgurl

Herd Master
Joined
May 22, 2014
Messages
2,048
Reaction score
3,978
Points
353
Location
Arklahoma
what a beautiful boy baymule. i think by the look in sentrys eyes as he's leaning on you that he doesn't just want puppy love, he is laying claim to you. that look says my mom, back off. he's going to make you a great dog.
 

Baymule

Herd Master
Joined
Aug 22, 2010
Messages
34,424
Reaction score
104,586
Points
873
Location
East Texas
Sentry has made a great guardian. He is training Sheba, a female Anatolian puppy, she is 9 months old now. No more problems with his hips, he runs and plays like the rest of the dogs. Sheba wools him around, grabbing his legs and he just collapses on the ground. She bites his tail, gnaws on his neck and he adores her.

Sentry loves to “work” and guard his sheep. We had the Sheep in the yard yesterday.

B53B5FC9-ADF7-4C57-BF96-C48C077CE9C5.jpeg
 

Beekissed

Herd Master
Joined
Aug 3, 2008
Messages
3,634
Reaction score
5,548
Points
453
Location
mountains of WV
I just love his white paws! And I'm so very glad to hear he's doing well since his surgery, Bay....too good of a dog.

Sheep are looking fat and sassy!
 

Beekissed

Herd Master
Joined
Aug 3, 2008
Messages
3,634
Reaction score
5,548
Points
453
Location
mountains of WV
He is with the sheep, but he is pointed towards me. That dog loves me-and I love him right back.

My dogs are like that too....with the livestock, but always pointed towards me. If I should ever get another pup, I'm hoping I can change that, so the livestock are the primary focus in their lives...I think it would be easier to keep them in the fields that way.
 
Top