Meet Oudoo, our lovely little Border Terrier. The border terrier originated on both sides of the Cheviot Hills in Great Britain. These hills form the border country between England and Scotland. As hills are abundant in this area, farmers' stock was terrorized by the powerful hill foxes.
To hunt and kill these foxes, the farmers and shepherds needed a plucky terrier with enough length of leg to follow a horse but small enough to follow a fox to ground. The dogs had to be strong and tireless with a weather-resistant coat to withstand the mists and bone-soaking rains of the hills. This small, hardy, working terrier could be found in the homes of almost all border farmers, shepherds and sportsmen in this region.
Oudoo lives with Lenny and Roger in the main farm house, and comes our during the date to say hello to everyone. She loves being fussed over!
Oudoo has a bowl of dog food twice a day and if he’s lucky some of the staff will sneak him some sausages from the kitchen out as a treat, which is very naughty of the staff but I’m sure she won’t be complaining any time soon!