These Border Collies Hugging Each Other Out is the Cutest Thing You’ll See Today

These Border Collies Hugging Each Other Out is the Cutest Thing You’ll See Today

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Having a rough day? Maybe this adorable video of two Border Collies hugging each other will make you feel better.

Meet Dewey and Blaze, a cute pair based in Texas. On February 2, they posted this video on Facebook to remind everyone to give hugs on Valentine’s Day month.

Their owner Jenisa Myers said that her inspiration for the pair’s warming hug is to share something cute with the world. This video definitely made anyone’s day as it has received lots of positive comments, as well as lots of good response from netizens. One proof that they are an online favorite is that the video had more than 500,000 shares in just one week.

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Dewey and Blaze are two Border Collies who have been together since they were puppies.

The two adorable and lovable dogs are known to their online followers for their abilities in performing varieties of wild stunts as well as competing in obedience contests. The two aren’t only cute and adorable but they are also very intelligent. Dewey knows more than 100 commands while Blaze can do amazing stunts such as jumping off into his owner’s arms and riding on a skateboard.

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Ted Save His Owner’s Life by Sniffing out Her Undiagnosed Cancer

Ted Save His Owner’s Life by Sniffing out Her Undiagnosed Cancer

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After a ton of dogs owned, Josie Conlan never thought that her beloved Border Collie would one day save her life.

 

Josie Conlan and Ted

Conlan had no idea that she had a cancerous lump in her breast until her border collie dog named Ted began to repeatedly paw, cry and nuzzle at her chest. She began to think what was wrong. And by the time Conlan put her chest to her hand, she then realized that she already had a lump in her breast.

Conlan then visited her GP. She was diagnosed with breast cancer but now had the tumor. The doctor told Conlan that she had this thing at grade three already.

Fortunately, doctors advised Conlan that the disease hasn’t spread to her lymph nodes. In just a matter of 2 weeks, before she was scheduled for an operation, the lump grew more than five millimeters already. Josie believed that if it wasn’t for Ted, she could have suffered from a far worst case and could have been dead if not treated properly.

Conlan felt relief when she got the news that the tumor had not spread. “It was all down to Ted”, Conlan added.

Josie Conlan is a mother of four and a grandmother to two kids. Thye bought Ted after seeing him for sale on an online website. When Ted was about to go home for the first time, their family noticed that there was something wrong. Previous owners of Ted barely spoke to Conlan. They bundled Ted into her car straight away right before Joie was about to take Ted to the vets.

 

Josie Conlan and Ted

The vets told Josie that Ted had suffered a blow to his head. They believed it was likely that he had been kept for a long time in a very small cage.
Ted’s muscles had wasted away as well as he wasn’t able to walk straight.
Fortunately, after a few months of recovery plus the tender loving care Ted received from Josie’s family, the adorable Border Collie made a dramatic change.

“I have had other dogs but Ted and I became very close. I have never formed a bond as strong with my other dogs as I have done with Ted. He had saved my life”, Conlan said.

 

Josie's prognosis is now good after having surgery as well as chemotherapy and radiotherapy

Josie’s lump had her lumps removed in December 2014 and it was only recently when she learned that cancer had not spread.
Josie wants to let people know that they too should take notice whenever their dogs behave unusually. Especially if they try to draw attention to a particular area of their owner’s body.

“I think lots of people might probably just push their dog away if they started clawing at their chest or any part of their body. But it is important that dog owners must take notice because that unusual gesture really saved my life.

Josie says her rescue dog Ted alerting her to the tumour, which was fast growing, likely saved her life 

Conlan is now recovering from her tumor removal and now face weeks of chemotherapy and radiotherapy just to ensure that cancer doesn’t return. Her prognosis is good and so far, all have been good for her and her Border Collie.

Conlan credits Ted for saving her life.

Read the full story on telegraph.co.uk

 


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Meet Brac, the Incredible Balancing Border Collie

Meet Brac, the Incredible Balancing Border Collie

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Sometimes, keeping your beloved dogs happy and occupied can be very demanding. However, Border Collie owner Sally Turner found a way to ensure that her 10-year old dog, Brac, keeps occupied.

 

Say cheese: Mrs Turner, a photographer, lives with husband Paul, 55, a management consultant, in Wilmington, Kent, along with the endlessly obedient Brac With the use of a few simple commands and lots of patience, Turner trained Brac to balance an incredibly almost anything on his head. Among the things, Brac is able to balance are sausages, bacon, and orange. Brac can also balance even three eggs on a spoon using his mouth. Aside from this, the incredible 10-year-old Border Collie is also trained to turn on and turn off the television as well as close doors behind people. Mrs. Turner and her husband Paul lives in Wilmington, UK. According to Mrs. Turner, they both trained Brac to stand perfectly still whenever they say the word “steady”. Mrs. Turner also added that Brac will remain standing still until she says the phrase “what a good dog”. At this point, Brac already knows that Turner is about to remove the object and a reward is awaiting the good dog.

Before beginning the balancing act, Brac is already trained to turn on the television as well as close doors behind people. Mrs. Turner also added, “I think the main reason why Brac does this is because of his breed. He is a Border Collie who is known as working dogs.He always wants to do something. He likes to help us a lot”.

Obedient: Mrs Turner said Brac loves performing his tricks because he wants to be the centre of attention

When Brac was about six months old, he could already recognize all names of his toys. Since then, he has learned too many commands until the couple lost count of them. “Brac loves to please us. At first, we were just messing around when we train him. Whenever he gets to balance things, he always gets a treat”.

“Brac definitely enjoys being the center of anyone’s attention. Teaching Brac those tricks is just another way to keep him busy and to tell you honestly, it is really a bit of fun”, Mrs. Turner added.

What a cracker: Mrs Turner said teaching Brac the balancing tricks are a god way to keep him busy, adding that 'there's nothing worse than a bored border collie'

Border Collies are known to be bred for use as sheep dogs. They are among the most highly intelligent dogs and they are commonly known for their abilities to pick up almost any commands extremely quickly. Aside from this, Border Collies are also known to have lots of energy. However, they can get easily bored which is why they need to be kept constantly occupied. Check out Brac’s incredible skills in the video below:

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