Chelsea, my adored soulmate and teacher, is turning this small herd of beef cattle. Notice how far off the cattle she is and still influencing them. Notice also how calm the cattle are. In this lesson Chelsea first drives the cattle along the fence and then, on command, she flanks out to go to the front of the herd to turn them back in the other direction. This exercise of driving then turning is a good way to dog-break cattle to move off the dog and to turn off the dog. Bouvier are not built to bite at the heel of cattle, nor do they need to do so. They are capable of leaping up to bite a bovine nose if needed to convince an animal to turn, but this is rarely needed. Full uddered dairy cattle must be moved slowly and calmly and without any biting at the rear. Beef cattle should be moved as calmly as possible and normally this can be done without biting if the dog has enough "power." Chelsea was by nature an ideal dog for moving cattle as she liked to have them move at a walking pace.