I put Bud and Zinnia in the house and opened the gate between the dog area and the south pasture where the sheep and donkeys were grazing. Then, using a treat, I got Fanny to follow me through the gate.
The grass is uneven in the fenced-in area outside my studio. In some spots, it’s over six inches long, in other places there’s just dirt.
But the tall grass even looked good to me.
I couldn’t get Lulu to come in, but Fanny did a great job of filling her belly and mowing the lawn. When she had cropped the tall grasses down to a more manageable length, she walked through the gate back into the pasture.
As if she knew just what to do.
Even though there was a fence between them, Fanny and Lulu still stuck together