Busy girl doesn’t like sit­ting still

How long have you had her?

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Caleb: Close to a year now. I think we got her as a two-year-old.

What com­mands does she lis­ten to?

Caleb: Sit and lay she came with. I taught her to hand­shake and to stand on her back legs.

Are there any stand­out things she does?

Caleb: Just when you don’t think she can jump any higher, she will go higher.

How does she greet you when you come home?

Caleb: She likes to sit on the chairs when we come home. You think you’re a hu­man, don’t you?

Does she like to travel?

Caleb: She’s quick to jump in the car but she tries to bite the tyres of the mo­tor­bike.

What would you do with­out her?

Caleb: I think I’d be pretty sad. Words and pic­tures:

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Trick­ster . . . bale. Caleb is try­ing to teach Gypsy to jump to the top hay

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