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    Default Boxer meets the cows.

    This is cool. I never thought i'd see a boxer stay so calm. The ones i know are crazy. Although he's a bit outnumbered and outweighed !



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    That's so cute! The cows are like 'what is this thing'

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    Good thing it was not our Angus cattle with calves....it would have been a flat boxer. Those cattle are obviously used to dogs. Ours are OK with our dogs, especially the newfies, but hate strange dogs.

    Poor boxer look a little terrified, but great video all the same. Love the little wag of the tail.....tip wag, nervous......

    See how our dogs make sure they have space to run LOL......fast, just in case



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    Ha, ha I dont blame em Newfsie. Thats about as close to cattle as i like to get aswell. I'm a wuss around cows and horses after my uncles 'pet bull' took a disliking to me and chased me across a padock when i was a little tacker in N.Z.


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    I respect cattle and adore horses ........Our worst ever event ( in the 80's) was a little Jersey bull attacked my hubby in the yards when we were moving some new cattle onto our place. he was new to our place (not for long). He attacked my hubby, shoved him into the rails and kept at him..I was way over the other side of the yards and started towards them.....A little bitch called Bruiser saved him. She was a young Koolie who got hold of the bulls nose and hung on. Another dog called Edward grabbed the bull by the hocks and kept at him too......Those two dogs saved hubby that day, bless them.....The bull went straight back to where he came from, the saleyard. he was not to live in our peaceful countryside. We treat our stock with great respect and accept certain incidents, but this was just sheer madness. Hubby had several fractured ribs.....lucky the dogs were there and prepared to take on the bull without being asked. Luckily we were still younger too...Cannot imagine leaping over those rails today and hubby would not have been as resilient today, I think, age does matter
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    Haha - Very calm.

    My Dog's encounters with the cattle always involve her asserting dominance over them and running them up the paddock.
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    cool pup


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Ha, ha I dont blame em Newfsie. Thats about as close to cattle as i like to get aswell. I'm a wuss around cows and horses after my uncles 'pet bull' took a disliking to me and chased me across a padock when i was a little tacker in N.Z.
    I grew up on a cattle grazing farm, we had a long driveway down to the bus for school and if the cows were on one side of the driveway and they seen you they would all charge to the other! So you had to run, run run! haha I remember once a younger one was out of the paddock and we were trying to herd it back in, it charged right for me and all I could do was freeze, put my hands out (like that was going to stop it haha) and shut my eyes. The thing dodged at the last minute so I was very lucky that time too!

    Haha I still love cows though, they are so cute!

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