by Cat Urbigkit
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Simple text and expressive photographs demonstrate how guardian dogs—in breeds imported from Europe—are raised with sheep and instinctively know that there job is to protect the herd from predatory animals among the Rocky Mountains.
June 11, 2007 Ranchers have long used poisons to kill predators such as coyotes. But some also use guard dogs that are raised with sheep and instinctively protect them. A Wyoming woman supplies the guardian dogs to ranchers throughout the state.
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