From the allotment

 

We’ve seen Willow the border collie before.  Last time she’d been getting underfoot, um, helping dig a pond.

This time, she’s been helping dig a new bed for the cabbages, and she definitely needs a bit of a shower down.

Nat's willow helping A

 

Her owner says that it went from miniature jungle to workable soil, seemingly in 5 minutes flat.  I wonder how she is at turning the compost heap?

It’s said that dogs have owners and cats have staff.  Looking at the state of that pup, I’m guessing she’s got staff as well!

Seriously, what a great companion to have.

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