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Outdoor Dogs Short Film (Full Length) – 1953 Documentary

Outdoor Dogs

Short Film (Full Length) – 1953 Documentary

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Practically all game in New Zealand has been imported. But through the good work and control of the Acclimatisation Societies it has flourished and there’s good shooting.
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The dog is surely an indispensable companion in man’s ceaseless efforts to gather food and prosperity from the land.
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Undoubtedly the most important breed in New Zealand is the sheep dog. These border collies, true Scots by birth, are now owned by Mr R. Fortune, a sheep farmer of Timaru, who demonstrates the perfect understanding that exists between himself and his dogs.
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