How to Whistle for a Sheepdog the Traditional Welsh Way | Short Film Showcase

Farmers in the Welsh countryside have worked side-by-side with sheepdogs for generations. Filmmaker Rhys Edwards explores this unique relationship in his short film about a family who continues the tradition today.
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Speaking in both English and Welsh, the family demonstrates their commands and whistles to guide the dogs in herding the fields. By sharing their techniques with the youngest generation, they hope to continue their pastoral way of life for centuries to come.

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How to Whistle for a Sheepdog the Traditional Welsh Way | Short Film Showcase
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