There’s nothing better than ending the week with an animal story. At Chisholm Park Golf Links in Dunedin, New Zealand, a six-year-old sheep dog named Bossdin has become the self-appointed finder of lost golf balls. "He just totally, totally concentrates on the tee shots,” says his owner, Dee Sorrell, as quoted in the New Zealand Herald. “He always gets the easy ones first. He runs up and sits beside the ball with his paws on either side until you get there. He never picks the ball up and he knows not to go onto the greens." Bossdin is almost as focused as the players he’s helping, as Ms. Sorrell describes: “He doesn't notice other dogs or want a pat when he’s on the golf course, because he’s working. Sometimes, he gets bored when they’re putting and starts to cry, because he wants them to hurry up and go to the next tee." Cries when they’re putting? Tell him not to watch golf on TV.