Now we’ve seen it all.
Dogs get a lot of credit for being “man’s best friend.” Typically, where you find horse people, you will also find dogs; in some situations, such as fox hunting or working livestock, the dog is a critical part of the whole operation. I’ve seen a dog who could effectively keep a horse walking in a roundpen by remaining at its heels — very useful in a colic situation, though perhaps not recommended for the ultimate safety of your horse or your dog.
But the typical “man’s best friend” is about to take a back seat to the ultimate tool for training horses: this roundpenning rooster.
It’s not often that I’m at a loss for words, but I’m going to ahead and say it now: I can’t even.