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If he felt threatened he should have just hoofed it!
 
I have in the past. Generally because I had a dog with me, and there were calves.

Cows are generally peaceful, but there's a hell of of a lot of steak on one.

Edit: knobbery progressing.
 
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I have in the past. Generally because I had a dog with me, and there were calves.

Cows are generally peaceful, but there's a hell of of a lot of steak on one.

Edit: knobbery progressing.
ISTR there is one particular breed which is downright aggressive. A German one?

ETA - Heck cattle, the Nazi cows.
 
I have in the past. Generally because I had a dog with me, and there were calves.

Cows are generally peaceful, but there's a hell of of a lot of steak on one.

Edit: knobbery progressing.
Taking a dog into a field with cows and calves is probably not the best idea.
Get between a mother and her offspring and watch out.
There seems to be a correlation between cow attacks and dogs.
 

Sexton Blake

War Hero
Such a waste.

As a deputy head he was probably milking it in.
 
Top tip if you ever came across a herd of cows on a road, don't try to be clever and pull over to one side to let them past.
The stupid buggers don't know how wide they are, if they can get their nose in a gap, they will try to get through it.
 
Top tip if you ever came across a herd of cows on a road, don't try to be clever and pull over to one side to let them past.
The stupid buggers don't know how wide they are, if they can get their nose in a gap, they will try to get through it.

On holiday in Derbyshire we stopped in a thankfully wide lane to let a herd of cows by. There were Fahsands of them, well hundreds. Our ex Royal Mail Escort dog van was getting rocked and the mirrors twanged. My wife had her eyes shut and the 2 Spinones were VERY quiet in the back. Every now and then one would stop, stick a snotty nose on the window and stare in balefully. There was about 3 farmers controlling the whole lot, which took about 10 minutes to go by.
 

jmb3296

War Hero
If you are in a field with cows with dogs and the cows get restless, get as far away from the dog as soon as possible in the direction of the nearest fence and hurdle it.
dont worry if you have never jumped more than an inch in the last forty years, you will manage it no bother.

if the cows have calves it is much worse, don’t get between the cow and the calf it rarely ends well.

if you took dogs into a field of cows with calves you have pushed your luck well beyond where you can reasonably expect it to hold. If you survive it will be a learning experience For you. If the dog survived as well you have been exceptionally fortunate.

calves can be well hidden even in fairly short grass and cows can move bloody fast.
 

NSP

LE
Top tip if you ever came across a herd of cows on a road, don't try to be clever and pull over to one side to let them past.
The stupid buggers don't know how wide they are, if they can get their nose in a gap, they will try to get through it.
Indeed...

 

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