A sheep dog is anyone who protects the innocent.
You don’t have to pick up an AR-15 and be in a foreign land to be one.
As the photo says – “I’m a sheep dog. I live to protect the flock and confront the wolf.”
It could be argued that now we are at need for for sheep dogs here back home right now.
The sheep dog answers the call whether it is helping a stranded motorist and bringing them supplies and pulling them out of the ditch.
Or in a worst case shielding others from bullets as a crazed terrorist goes on a rampage.
Every day in every city we are in need of more and more sheep dogs.
What can you do to become a prepared sheep dog?
Train your body so that you can be ready for anything at anytime.
Hike in 3 miles to help a stranded family. Carry supplies and sand bags for an incoming storm. Go to the local soup kitchen and donate your time and energy.
Train your mind. Read as many books as you can in this next year on subjects about mind set, survival, and team work.
As we all know the world is not getting any safer. We will be needed more and more in the future to rise up and become leaders in our communities.
Take a training course to help push yourself and raise your game. Make sure this course is hard enough to get you out of your comfort zone.
In that course learn one new skill that you can take home and show others. Be a leader and a teacher in your community.
Make sure your gear is ready to go. Do you have a “bug out bag” with medical supplies and ammo? Shelter and water filtration?
It is a big responsibility to be a sheep dog – but it is one that we gladly take on.
What are you doing today to make your self more prepared?
Are you looking to try out some serious Sheepdog training?
P.S. Check out this gear that this sheep dog uses in day to day training HERE:
The SheepDog takes action