Log Dogs

The pups are learning their lot in life.  With more snow wood hauling has become safer and effort is increasing.  The key with young dogs is to keep their enthusiasm up.  They are learning how to work, but not working too hard.  I like to see tails waging and plenty of energy when we get back to the yard.  Here are a few pics after hauling a load last week.

Small teams of powerful dogs are best for hauling wood.  This team is an even mix of adults and yearlings.

Small teams of powerful dogs are best for hauling wood. This team is an even mix of adults and yearlings.

Young Sacha in swing position next to Grandpa Bing.  Sacha is learning from the best.

Young Sacha in swing position next to Grandpa Bing. Sacha is learning from the best.

Mikhail is the red yearling and Sergei is the furry black dog on the right.  They are the biggest in the litter and already some of the biggest dogs in the yard.

Mikhail is the red yearling and Sergei is the furry black dog on the right. They are the biggest in the litter and already some of the biggest dogs in the yard.

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One Response to Log Dogs

  1. Karen Bellequqe says:

    Those dogs are smiling!

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