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Meet Jude

pawberry’s herding pup

This hardworking fella loves organization and insisted on herding every post onto clear, defined categories. You see, moving things around is kind of Jude’s thing, and he’ll gladly herd and group just about anything he possibly can. No additional treats or praise needed.


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BEHAVIOR

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HEALTH

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RECIPES

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TRAINING

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NUTRITION

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REMEDIES

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COMMUNICATION

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SAFETY

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GAMES

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COGNITION

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FITNESS

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DIYs


Watch this amazing one minute time-lapse video of border collies herding sheep.



did you know?

  • Herding dogs (Border Collies, Australians Shepherds, etc.) sit in the top spots on the Most Intelligent Dog Breeds list.

  • A 9-year old border collie, named Chaser, became famous for knowing more than 1000 words.

  • On average, herding farm dogs run between 8-10 miles each day.

  • Herding pups don’t need to use a leash to control their herd of livestock. It’s all about the lean and putting just enough pressure on the flock to make them move but not run out of fear.

  • Dogs can herd geese, ducks, sheep, pigs, cattle. and more.

  • If you’re a pup parent to one of these amazing breeds, don’t be surprised if one day, they try to herd children, cats — and quite possibly, even you.

    (It’s their natural instinct. Love them for it.)