Sentry, Baymule’s Livestock Guard Dog

Baymule

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Paris is checking Sentry out. I’ll give her time to get used to him.

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I am feeding Sentry on the stanchion now. I am using it to teach him a new command, UP! I pat the stanchion, saying UP over and over. He figures out how to reach his food and gets up on the stanchion. No @Bruce, it’s not so I can milk him. LOL It is so I can transfer that command to getting in the truck or car for visits to the vet.

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We will be taking him to Tractor Supply soon for socializing.
 

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Paris is checking Sentry out. I’ll give her time to get used to him.

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I am feeding Sentry on the stanchion now. I am using it to teach him a new command, UP! I pat the stanchion, saying UP over and over. He figures out how to reach his food and gets up on the stanchion. No @Bruce, it’s not so I can milk him. LOL It is so I can transfer that command to getting in the truck or car for visits to the vet.

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We will be taking him to Tractor Supply soon for socializing.
I saw an Anatolian puppy at TSC yesterday and I spent forever loving him up :lol:
 

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This evening Paris was playing with Sentry through the cow panel. Sentry stuck his head through and she didn’t rip it off. I let her in the pasture with him and they played!
Paris didn’t play long, she was ready to go back to her back yard. Sentry jumped on her and in true Paris fashion, she snarled and rolled him. Love that girl!

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For the first time, Sentry barked! Our neighbor started his tractor, Sentry went on full alert, barked and ran towards (perceived) danger! We were blown away by his show of guardianship and bravery. Then he and I walked the fence line where he sat, facing outward, scanning for danger. We have a guardian.
 

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Paris has always been quick to attack. I call her the Psycho-B!tch. They have met over the last week with wire between them. She decided today that he was ok, so I let her in with Sentry. She was playful for a short time, snapped at him, rolled him and was ready to go back to her yard. LOL LOL
 
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