This little calf was almost dead when we found him. His mother had twins and she didn’t realize she had him too. She walked away with his brother and left little
“Lobo” to fend for himself. At just a couple of hours old, he would not survive long. We found him in the high grass and took him to the barn to revive him.
After getting a good belly full of milk, his strength came back, his eyes became brighter and his tail began to wag.
My dogs were anxious to get to know Lobo, Red, the heeler, was ready to heel, but Lobo has no idea what that means yet.
Tess, the Aussie, is more interested in licking the milk off Lobo’s mouth.
I am happy to report that Lobo is about 5 weeks old and is doing great.. After his meals, he runs, bucks and chases me around. Lobo likes to stay close and he gets lots of hugs from me. I am having fun watching him grow and becoming a VERY big pet…