Such fun stuff going on here at BuckHawk Center. One of our new young labs learned an interesting trick. He learned how to make the kind of jump that took him right over a back fence! Most of the yards for the dogs back up to a pasture and that just doesn’t seem to entice the dogs. They prefer to be at the front of the yards where the humans are. But, this guy quickly discovered how to jump the back fence and work his way under the pasture gate and get to the front!
Such a smart guy he is! But, we were able to halt this little trick by adding a top layer to the fencing across the back. Luckily for us, the weather took a turn to the warm side. We weren’t out there in freezing temps and icy or snowy conditions. We were in a load of mud, though. Not as much fun as dry conditions, but still better.
Now, that sweet lab is safely enclosed in his yard. And he is a sweet guy. Even when he had the freedom, he didn’t wander off. He stayed right in the front, awaiting those times when the humans are around. Then he would come to us to get attention and follow us around as we managed to get his fence fixed.
His whole story, along with the stories of several other of our labs, can be found at Black Labrador Retrievers to the Rescue. Take a look. Every time you visit that page or any of our pages, it helps BuckHawk Center earn just a bit more for the animals. So visit, and visit often.