If I had to use one word to describe LibertyBiographical and Husbandry Details for Natchez Trace Liberty these past few weeks, it would have to be “acceleration”. If you had asked me in mid-May who my number one goat dog was, I would have said SugarBiographical and Husbandry Details for Natchez Trace Famous Shoes. And if you’d asked me who the most athletic dog on the ranch was, I would have said JosieBiographical and Husbandry Details for Natchez Trace Josie. But Liberty has had a noticeable spurt of physical and mental maturation these past few weeks. He’s now bigger, stronger and faster than Josie. And he has a lighter touch with the goats than Sugar. Liberty has a near instant off-switch. He stops on a dime, even in high-drive situations.
Liberty is also pleasantly affable. He’s seems to have taken the attributes I most admire in his sireBiographical and Husbandry Details for Sallee’s Rustie Jr. and combined them with his mother’s physical gifts. I’m pleased with his development as a working dog, as a leader and as a companion. I need to get a photo of him snatching a Chuck-it ball out of the air. It’s fun to watch.