This is the moment a Russian farmer trains a cute baby cow with a heart marking on its head to be his ‘guard bull’ with dog commands.
Alexander Mashkovsky from the city of Chelyabinsk in the south-western Russian region of Chelyabinsk Oblast is reportedly training the calf, nicknamed Bonaparte, to respond to dog calls.
In the footage, the cute calf with a heart marking on its head is seen running backwards and forwards to the farmer’s commands.
Video Credit: Newsflash/Alexander Mashkovsky
He shouts “go for a walk” and “come back home” to Bonaparte the baby bull.
At the end of the clip, Mashkovsky says: “I think I’ll keep you as my own personal ‘guard bull’, Bonny!”
The calf is reportedly six weeks old.
However, not everyone was impressed with the baby bull’s ‘dog tricks’ and netizen ‘Alexander Belousov’ said: “This calf is just running around every time the guy shouts something.”
Social media user ‘Liubov Sinitskaya’ said: “I think it’s the calf who is teaching the man to say ‘go for a walk’ and ‘get back home’ at the right moments!”
Netizen ‘Yulia Deryugina’ wrote: “So funny.”
‘Tatyana Kostromitina’ remarked: “Have you noticed that it has a white heart on its forehead?”
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Story By: Gheorghi Caraseni, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Newsflash
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