How come they aren't attacking the carrots?!Watching them still has me fascinated, Jess is clear top dog and Niko doesn’t vaguely push his luck with her, he will chase Hank off food/hay but rarely Dan. Hank will chase Dan off, but Dan will creep in on either Niko or Jess while they’re eating with very little repercussion. Hank won’t go near Niko while he’s got a bucket, not even to pass him to get to his food yet will creep on Jess.
I’m loving having the camera still, I often watch them late evening and early hours ? Niko sleeps a lot, normally I see him down at least once in the day and again at night, normally one of the little boys is down with him and the others are standing guard
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These 2 are best buds, peas in a pod, partners in crime ?
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Mr Zi is being a grumpy devil at the moment too. Every time I go near him with his food or to remove his dish he seems to either flatten his ears or swing his bum around - and he's got no excuse because he's 15 and not 5! I think it's the weather as he's a softy and isn't used to snow.Poor little Dan, I hope he's ok. Arnica for the little guy.
Charlie is very grumpy at the moment, putting his ears back at me and swinging his bum to me if I come near his food. He gets a good shouting at but I am sure it's because he is hungry all the time. I won't say cold, because he seems to be very weather proof, but definitely hungry!
What a good lad!This guy is just super, figured I’d introduce the pad and surcingle and he was a rock star, didn’t flinch (though he’s always been rugged so that helps), tried to chew the surcingle a bit but 5 minutes start to finish
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With Hanks help of course!
Then I thought I’d drag a log out and climb up and see what he thought, he obviously tried to eat it at first but stood next to it while I climbed up and down, moved up to and backed away with me stood on it and not vaguely fussed when I leant over (feet still firmly on the log) to give him scratches the opposite side
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Then 2 minutes of walk on the lunge, with some lovely changes of direction. I didn’t take him out for a walk, figured I’d just let his brain process everything.