Cocker Spaniel Jess Louise Moorhouse Farm in Devon in the UK, helps her mistress three times a day to feed orphaned lambs milk..
There are 10-year-old Jess’s very simple. She takes a bottle of milk teeth, ran a lamb and stands there, so he could grab the bottle mouth and start sucking milk. When the lamb all drinks, Jesse runs a bottle for the next.
They taught her that, since she was a little puppy. Is inserted into the mouth of the bottle and showed that she had to do. From the side, of course, looks funny when she runs along the edge of the field with a bottle of milk in his mouth.
Farm Louise works with the local Society for the Protection of Nature and the Devon Wildlife Trust breeds rare breed sheep. Now “under the tutelage of” dogs are four orphaned lamb breed Horned Dorset. Their mother abandoned for various reasons, and did not bring up their own children.
According to Louise Moorhouse, Jess for her indispensable, it is like a “second pair of hands.”
Jess and I have a student – a young cocker spaniel named Lily. She watches as Jess works ever replace her on the farm Louise.