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Sheepdog Is Afraid of Sheep [VIDEO]

I have three little dogs. Two of them have no idea they’re small and have no fear, but one of them is afraid of everything, including leaves blowing in the breeze and other animals. But the dog in this video is a border collie. This breed is supposed to herd sheep. That’s their job. It’s in their genes. Except for Ci, who is afraid of sheep, and has been his whole life. His person, Jane Lippington, says he has a bit of the instinct, but not quite enough to be very effective at herding, but the sheep do seem to enjoy following him as he runs away!

[telegraph]

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