Good bye Shachah
Well, you might be asking, why did we give him away then? The answer is we only have 5 acres here and he needed more to guard. As it was, he guarded all three houses at the end of our cul-de-sac and he was damned good at it. The problem was that only two of the houses wanted to be guarded. LOL.
|This was his winter vantage point overlookning the pond and the woods to the north and sheep paddocks to the south|
|He loved to sleep on his back.|
|Shachah waiting his turn for a drink of fresh water. Ozzie the Aussie got to go first.|
She came over the other day and he took to her right away, it was just amazing. She has such a way with animals. We put him in the back seat of her truck and he rode the whole 3 hour trip to his new home without a problem.
I look forward to seeing and hearing how things go for him on Sabrina's blog. There's a big empty spot in our hearts without our "Big Dog"and I'm scared that whatever he was barking at is going to think it has free reign now, but in the long run I think we made the right choice for him and for us. If we ever move over to our 40 acres, I would get another LGD or two in a heartbeat. But hopefully Sabrina won't have to chase any more bears out of her yard with him around.