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FORMER MEMBERS OF OUR PACK
Tonka
Fancy
Gave notice to the fox that there's a new sheriff in town. No more geese have been lost.
Rainbow Bridge 2020
Lexie
  Pampered house pet received 24/7 attention and love.
Rainbow Bridge 2020
Bear, our original sire. 
Bear preferred to stay with his animals until his final year when he guarded the house instead.
Rainbow Bridge 2019
Daisy
  Stopped predation of newborn goat kids on Day 1 at her new home.
Fancy
Gracie
Happily receiving belly
rubs on demand
Pebbles
Ariel
Loretta & Tonka
Guarding livestock at a non-profit farm providing medical & nutritional aid to low income families
Barkley
Retired and now offering platonic companionship to our girls
Bailey
Johnboy
 Mentoring a young 'un and receiving daily treats and hugs.
Bailey
 
Guarding goats and puppies at a new farm.
Shelby
 
Training younger dogs how to be excellent livestock guardians.
Chyna
 Part of the house pack now and stealing space on my bed.
Sally, Queen of the Pyrenees
In her younger days, Sally could jump over every gate and fence, pull full grown Great Pyrenees around by their manes, chase a stubborn goat right into my waiting hands, and catch escaped chickens without inflicting damage.  She left us two months before her 18th birthday.
Rainbow Bridge 2021
Lucy
One of our original livestock guardians, Lucy spent her retirement in our home until she left us at the age of 13.
Rainbow Bridge 2020
Pebbles
 
Teaching her daughter to guard chickens and keep foxes away
Taffy
 
Rainbow Bridge 2022
Blue Tractor Farm
Hard decisions were made today. And our hearts are broken. We loved this girl terribly and her love for us was fierce. She took EVERY step we took, wind, rain, snow, or sunshine. We often felt bad as we would run out to the barn in the rain to grab something, and she'd get up off the dry, cozy bed she was lying on to walk with us, just to turn around and come right back after retrieving whatever we'd ran to get. We'd say, "No, Taffy. Stay. It's raining and I'm coming right back." She didn't care, she was going to walk with you. She was going to be with you. She knew her job on the farm and did it well. We couldn't have started Blue Tractor without you, girl. Rest well, Taffy Lou.
LuLu