More from Cordero Farms!

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Nanc and Sue told us about this “running of the lambs” but we didn’t get to see it while we were at the farm. I’m thrilled they caught it on film so we can all enjoy watching the lambs in action!
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4 thoughts on “More from Cordero Farms!

  1. OK, I just tried to post a comment and got “service unavailable.” If this comes in twice, I apologize.

    I really enjoyed your video – the lambs are so cute. And, that's a dog, right, a shepherd of sheep, right? I like his attitude. I think he is just giving directions from his control room. 😉

    Your running looks much safer than the running in Barcelona.

    Hugs,
    Lois

  2. OMgosh, too funny! When Wilbur and I were in agility, sometimes a dog would leave the course and run big circles like that – we called is “getting the zoomies” or “going NASCAR”. Lambs go NASCAR!!! Love the beautiful Pyr keeping everything under control. 🙂

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