Over the past few weeks, I’ve been seeing these awesome posts from Abelgas on my FB feed that is basically a chronicle of their journey with their sheep and dogs to market where they will sell the sheep. I talked to Viole, and with her permission am posting these still photos. I think they tell a really wonderful story of the way shepherds and dogs work together as a team in Spain. I also think it is a pretty fabulous testament to just how diverse the Spanish Mastiff is in terms of guarding ability and stamina. It is my understanding that this journey lasts approximately a week, during which time shepherd, dogs and 100’s of sheep walk and camp together on their way to what translates in English to “The Port” I was thrilled to see many of our Cabo’s relatives in these photos, most especially the one of his mom Dori and litter sister Clara. These are the bloodlines our Oso, Besi and Cabo originate from. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I did!