And I wasn't bagging on the post and vid....just tired of seeing people obsessed with filming stuff instead of taking action to help out.Yeah. Occurred to me also, although cats do a marvelous job of handling heights. At least, this was filmed in Colombia...
He almost looks fake. LOL. I can't decide if I like Red or Blue Heelers better. I do like them better if they have had their tails clipped though.Australian Cattle Dogs have a few distinctions....one of them in the way they look at you when they're trying to tell you something. Here's one we call "side eye" or "stink eye".
This one is showing some serious stink eye at it's human!
Oh no.......their tails serve as rudders when they are zooming around.....don't remove their rudders!He almost looks fake. LOL. I can't decide if I like Red or Blue Heelers better. I do like them better if they have had their tails clipped though.
Never thought about the rudder part, good info. I was thinking about aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Also my daughter has 2 pit rescues and their tails are very strong and if you are not paying attention they will knock things off tables that are left too close to the edge.
Our little 10.5 month-old, the white on in the pic, is unreal. If we put on something with animals, Animal Planet or similar, she will sit transfixed for an hour or so, spellbound. These two pix are from when she was really tiny and saw puppies for the first time...This was a cool video. Some animals are smarter than humans.