"Usually I take them with me when I'm expecting to catch a few cattle, 20 or less," Price says.
Price rides behind Rose, Lilly, Bella, Daisy and Cloe, letting them sniff out the cattle and round them up on their own. When his dogs find them, they gather the cattle into a tight bunch. Shortly after, Price rides up and begins driving the cattle.
"By the time I catch up, they have wadded up the cattle and are holding them," he says.
While driving the cattle, Price's dogs swarm around the group like bees, barking, panting and keeping the herd shoulder to shoulder. Any cow that tries to break out is just asking for a whirlwind of teeth and tails.
"Getting to work my dogs is the biggest reason I come up here every summer," Price says.