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Landon was working his sentry post when he started seeking higher ground in order to have a better vantage of the lower field.
From this point, Landon can monitor the entire Junior side of Sibe Quentin. If Frankie is in the yard, Landon would doing his best shadow imitation, but Frankie was stretched out on the deck for his early-mid afternoon nap (as opposed to the early afternoon nap or the mid-afternoon nap).
But there were a few rabbits running around the lower field and Landon needed a higher vantage point to keep track of their movement. What to do? What to do?
P.S. – Notice Frankie in the picture above waiting to go back inside the house for the mid-afternoon nap since the early-mid afternoon nap was over. We working breeds are specialist at napping skills.
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