Good, Timely reminder.
Took a couple of my Idaho bred Catahoulas to Conroe and north of DFW.
Working cows with them, the Idaho way, was an eye opener for them.
Getting the training pen with a bunch of pigs and a dog was an eye opener for me.
Mama pigs always ignored the dogs and came after the human. Me, in this case.
All they gave for protection was a hunk of plywood.
@ my first hog trial at Conroe, after the first four go 'rounds the score was hogs 4 - handlers and dogs 0...
One handler who had no business owning a Catahoula let a
Lone taking it in the trial pen, got a 6" slash just below he knee that any surgeon would be proud of.
Yep, I'd be cautious of ol Mr/mrs hog.....