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Smart Living This Sheep Farmer Is Famous for His Adorable Selfies With His Dogs

00:37  18 november  2017
00:37  18 november  2017 Source:   countryliving.com

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Sheep farmer Lance Partridge from Walcha, Australia took a series of selfies with his beloved sheep dogs . In a series of four adorable selfies posted by UNILAD, Lance poses with his two sheep dogs (and a sheep !) who cuddled up to him when he was trying to snap a photo of his beard.

The little dog maintained his balance as it kneeled and went right back to sleep after the sheep got comfortable. Many sheep farmers leave the task of keeping the sheep safe and together to a dog . In most cases, it is a border collie, corgi, or a German shepherd that keeps the order.

For many of us, it can be challenging to get the family pup sit still long enough to snap a photo, let alone get them to look at the camera for a selfie. But sheep farmer Lance Partridge from Walcha, Australia seems to have mastered it.

a group of people posing for the camera: This Man and His Sheep Dogs Take The Most Amazing Selfies© Facebook/UNILAD This Man and His Sheep Dogs Take The Most Amazing Selfies In a series of four adorable selfies posted by UNILAD, Lance poses with his two sheep dogs (and a sheep!) who cuddled up to him when he was trying to snap a photo of his beard. Have you ever seen a happier pair of pooches?

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The picture quickly went viral, racking up more than 124,000 likes and 5,000 shares. Even though we love the selfie series, Lance isn't too found of being seen across the World Wide Web. "I am a little embarrassed because there are a lot of people talking about it," Lance told The Land. "I was just taking photos of my beard because I had been playing a hillbilly in a musical society production and my wife wouldn't let me keep it."

Hilariously enough, Lance doesn't even know how to use Facebook-he's not even sure how to like a photo. "My daughter uploaded the photo onto Facebook and then it started being shared," he told The Land.

Despite his newfound popularity of both his beard and his pooches, Lance reluctantly won't be giving his daughter his phone anytime soon. But we think he should keep the adorable selfies coming-or at least let us come to his farm join in on the fun!

(h/t The Land)

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