Rory and Millie - Miniature Shetland and a Dog
Rory and Millie - Miniature Shetland Pony
Rory is a Shetland miniture pony and Millie is a Labrador dog
Millie and Rory share a bowl of milk
Here is Rory playing with Millie; he has picked up many canine traits because he copies the dogs
Rory head in bucket
Great PowerPoint Presentation featuring Rory a Shetland pony and Millie a Labrador dog
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The Tale of Rory the Miniature Shetland Pong and Millie the Dog.
In the above PowerPoint Presentation, Rory is the Shetland pony and Millie is the dog. Rory is 8 weeks old and he lives at the Essex Horse and Pony Sanctuary in the UK after being rejected by his own mother
Rory has befriended two Labradors called Millie and Alfie, who live at the sanctuary. While playing with Millie, Rory has picked up many canine traits because he copies the dogs. Sue, in the sanctuary office, has grown very fond of Rory as she nursed him when he was ill when he first arrived. Alfie used to wash Rory's hooves when Sue was cuddling the pony. Rory also loves to have his tummy tickled.
Desmond and Dobbin (More of a Joke than a True Story)
Desmond, who was a real town dweller, drove his car into a ditch when out on the country roads. Luckily, a local farmer came was passing by with his big strong horse called Dobbin.
He hitched Dobbin up to the car and shouted loudly, 'Pull, Dolly, pull!' Dobbin didn't move one inch.
Then the farmer yelled, 'Pull, Robbie, pull.' Still Dobbin failed to respond.
Once more the farmer commanded in a stentorian voice, 'Pull, Ringo, pull.' Again - nothing.
Then the farmer nonchalantly and quietly muttered, 'Pull, Dobbin, pull.' Immediately the horse easily dragged the car out of the ditch.
Desmond was very appreciative but also very curious. He asked the farmer why he called his horse by a different name three times.
The farmer whispered by way of reply, 'Oh, Dobbin is blind and if he thought he was the only one pulling, he wouldn't even try.'