Eaglehawk Innes, a reputed cattle breeder in Kings Plains Valley, NSW, Australia, has some of the country’s best cattle. Their employees work hard to ensure good health for their cattle.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy – this proverb was taken seriously by the employees of Eaglehawk Innes. So they decided to have fun with their dogs.
To have some fun in between work, they fastened tiny cowboy dolls onto the backs of their cattle dogs. Then the dogs were allowed to go to their regular routine.
As the dogs started herding the cattle, the tiny cowboys moved in a comical manner. The sight was very funny with the cowboys moving in rhythm with the dogs’ movements.
Eaglehawk Innes is a family-owned cattle breeder and was established in 1832. Ever since the establishment, the family has worked hard as a team to grow up to this level.
The owners take good care of their employees and are proud of them. To bring some change to the monotonous lives of the employees, they decided to have some fun.
Although the sight of the moving cowboys on cattle herding dogs was funny to the humans, it was confusing for the animals to find visitors on the property riding dogs.