I mentioned the long haired dog at the end of my last post. I thought it only fair that you meet him. Moishe is a Belgian Shepherd Tervuren. This breed is long haired and are very, very intent herding dogs. We keep Moishe busy doing agility and chasing balls. I also do long distance obedience with him. So with no further ado meet Moishe our very furry child.
Moishe is an avid TV watcher. He polices football when it gets too rough. Worries about other dogs. Barks when they don’t do what he wants. Enjoys Animal Planet TV. Lions, tigers, elephants, monkeys etc. are amazing.
Here you see the very distinctive Terv ears. Soft and wonderful to pet, they identify the breed from a distance.
When you own a Terv you are never alone ANYWHERE! Go to the bathroom? Forget it door pushing, getting in behind you, door guarding, all skills that seem to be bred into the dog.
This is the Moishe and I in our Lance 2375. We had to buy a trailer with enough space for Moishe to be with us wherever we are inside. No not the bathroom here, but hallway beside? Yes! Here you can see the distinctive male terv ‘mane.’ (Although Moishe could do with a brushing. Sorry Busy!)
Next comes eating and the ever present Terv interested in sharing your plate.
I am disabled. Moishe and I do Motor Scooter Agility. quite the challenge for me. He’s a wonder at paying attention. I have many rules to follow-like pointing scooter towards next piece of equipment, worry about which side of me he’s on.
I leave you with irresistible Moishe. The classic Terv ‘I’m so adorable how could you ever ignore me.’
Goodbye from Moishe and I. My companion, my nurse when I don’t feel well and a faithful follower of my husband Jack. May you all have some fur in your life.