Goggie ob teh Week: Reindeer Herder

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Goggie ob teh Week: Reindeer Herder
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"The Finnish Lapphund breed has its origins as a reindeer herder of the Sami people. The Sami are an indigenous people residing in areas now divided between Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Russia. Traditionally, reindeer herding has been very important for the Sami people, and they are still involved in herding today."

[Wikipedia]

Goggie ob teh Week: Herding Puppy

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Goggie ob teh Week: Herding Puppy
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Some of the Australian Cattle Dog's talents include retrieving, herding, guarding, agility, competitive obedience, and performing tricks.

Goggie ob teh Week: Best Friends

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Goggie ob teh Week: Best Friends
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Australian Cattle Dogs work very well with live-stock, willing and able to drive cattle across vast distances under harsh, hot, dusty conditions. They have superior stamina, and their guarding and herding instincts are very strong.

Goggie ob teh Week: Precious Puppy

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The Lancashire Heeler has humble origins in England as a general purpose farm dog, capable of both ratting and herding cattle.

Goggie ob teh Week: Royal Herder

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Did you know that the Belgian Laekenois originated as a dog for herding sheep at the Royal Castle of Laeken?

Goggie ob teh Week: Hungarian Herders

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Goggie ob teh Week: Hungarian Herders
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The Puli is an ancient sheepdog, from Hungary, introduced by the migration of the Magyars from Central Asia more than one-thousand-years ago. Nomadic shepherds of the Hungarian plains valued these herding dogs, paying as much as a year's salary for a Puli.