Here are both dogs busy at work. Mice ran everywhere to try to get away. Big ones, little ones and in-between ones! All sizes and shapes...It was an entire nest of the little buggers. No sooner than a mouse would try to run under us and towards safety when Iley would zoom! after it, kill it, then return to find more mice. Both dogs were so speedy all we could do was watch. Incredible! Only one mouse made it to safety by running straight up the wall into a crack between the framing and the cinder block. I'll set a few traps around tonight in this area and in the feed room just to make sure it doesn't come back.
It was fascinating to watch these dogs go after these mice. I know they are bred for this, but I'm still very impressed. And I don't mean that just because I know both dogs. (I try to bring them some "cookies" each time I need to pick something up from Melanie and Bill for the cats.)
I wish I had taken pictures of the dogs and Skittles. Both dogs tried to sniff noses with Skit, but it became obvious by Skit's ramming the fence that he was not impressed with the dogs.
But , I'm so impressed with the dogs! They were wonderful and I thank Bill and Katie for bringing them over to help rid us of this problem. The only thing I forgot to do that I meant to do was get a couple of pictures of Bill and Katie. I'm sorry, Guys!
Maybe next time I'll remember. This time I was just too amazed by how fast and hard these dogs worked.
They are welcome here anytime! (And so are Bill and Katie!) :-)