By Jove, I Think She's Got It

Ruth seems to be warming up to her new job and her new home. The first 24 hours or so, she camped out by the gate, not venturing very far or making much noise.

But slowly she has explored the pasture, with her unique, limpy gait, and by this afternoon, she was planted in the middle of the pasture, surveying her domain. At dusk, she spent some time woofing, to let the coyotes know she was on guard.

And she's still very happy to see her new people, to give and get hugs and kisses, when we go out to work in the pasture together.

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  1. Something about her expression reminds me of Sam Sheepdog. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjRZpl_XU0M&feature=related

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  2. Oh, I HOPE she's that good at her job! Sam's awesome!

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  3. Maybe the mud is her camo!!! She wants to blend in with her surroundings!!! Smart girl!

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  4. She is beautiful! Aren't these dogs just the BEST!

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  5. That is wonderful !! I was praying she would work out for you. She had such a rough start in life and has such a sweet disposition even after everything she's been through. I'm sure Robin will be happy about this too.

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  6. I need to call Robin and let her know all is well. Then we can transfer her vet records over to me - we use the same clinic... ;-)

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