Here is Marley! This orphaned cutie was taken home by kind people from Cumbria and obtained a family. He had a good friend there who was a Labrador doggy named Jess. When Marley was very little he contracted an infection in childhood that caused his joints to become inflamed his owner Ali Vaughan had to equip a place for him on the dog’s bed. Now this black-nosed cute lamb has grown into an extremely big creature and besides this he considers himself a dog because of his strong friendship with Jess. Marley’s owners thought that he should take back the habits of a sheep again because he doesn’t like grass and he prefers dog food to the grass. And he isn’t interested in walking, too. The sheep of Marley’s breed usually graze somewhere in the Alps instead of staying at home. But Marley doesn’t care about that and he even barks a little more.
When the owners took Marley the cutie home he was a little lamb who had contracted an infection and as a result of which his owner had to equipe him with a place in the dog bed next to his best friend – Jess the Labrador.
Marley has adopted lots of dog’s traits due to spending so much time indoors with Jess the doggy.
A couple that took Marley from a local farmer have always been fond of animals and they were happy to have them in their family. When they moved into a house they decided to have their own sheep to eat grass in their overgrown garden.
No one could imagine that Marley would prefer dog food to fresh grass!
Now the cutie has to be re-taught in order to be a sheep because Marley’s close connection with Jess made him think that he is a real dog.
And it is very difficult to drive Marley out into the street since he likes to lie on the mat next to the fireplace. He really dislikes cold, wind and rain.
In order to make Marley a sheep from a dog his owners obtained another sheep. Now six-month-old Marley will have a friend who will show him the very positive sides of being a sheep according to Ali and Max.