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Lindsey Williams

Little did I know breaking my ankle, would catapult my life in a different direction. I battled Complex regional pain syndrome for two years, after ankle surgery. My dogs were my constant companions during this time. I started seeing the effect it was having on them.

Through a random invitation to a sheep herding clinic, I discovered that this was the medicine that my dog Radar needed.  Within seconds our lives had been transformed, I went immediately home, and I was on a mission to fulfill my duties as his dog mom. We were on the hunt for sheep and through social media resources, I was able to find a well-seasoned Shepherd named EB Raley.  He and I became quick friends, and I was on the road to becoming a shepherdess.

We also do public events (herding demonstrations, state fair, etc.) as well as selling eggs, honey, and sheep!

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