Google is always working on the "next big thing." The tech company's latest strategy for going green is decidedly old fashioned and low-tech: They have real live goats come in to chew down their lawn. But dogs play a critical role in controlling these low-tech movers--without a trained herding dog, who knows where these goats would go? So, while the video below focuses on the green-ness of the goats, I just wanted to point out how important dogs are to the equation! At least the clip does show the boarder collie working hard to keep the goats in line.
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