Oh.. It's only Wednesday..
Waiting for the weekend 🤭
Tomorrow I've got my first ever photoshoot in the sunrise don't know yet how I'll manage to get out of bed that early ♀️ but it'll work out somehow
Are you an early bird or do you need time to wake up in the morning?
The Cao de Bou, Branchiero, Fila Brasileiro all cattle drivers and a one time cattle dog the Rottweiler once known as the "butchers dog." Stockmen and butchers have long had a need for powerful dogs that could hold, pin or grip wayward cattle, difficult rams or highly determined boars, especially in places where the heard ran semi-wild. These dogs developed from the hunting mastiffs used by primitive hunters to pull down aurochs, buffalo and wild bulls before the invention of firearms. Such dogs needed power with speed, agility with skillful timing and great resolve backed by instinctive judgement; they did not need massive bulk and great size - impressive in the show ring, disastrous in the stockyard! But their fanciers have been obsessed with size in their dog - both in weight and height at the withers, almost prizing sheer bulk at the expense of functional capability.