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Selling a dog for $20K  RSS feed

 
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http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-36287716

Yup thats correct a Dog sold for over $ 20000
Makes you think

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Ah but it's not just a dog, it's a working sheep dog.

A friend of mine breeds sheepdogs and I think she considers her best dog to be worth more than any tractor or other equipment on the place.
 
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...she considers her best dog to be worth more than any tractor or other equipment on the place.


Tractors are just a collection of parts that can be repaired/replaced.
A well bred and trained work dog is a true asset.

Watching well trained herders is like watching a fine ballet.

 
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The Amish have more than that into a team of horses.

A working dog is just as important to managing a large herd in terrain.
 
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I've heard of dogs selling for more than that.
 
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