Barry the lamb is growing up with six dogs in a Hampshire home after being rejected by his mother as a newborn.
He responds to the call of his name, much like a dog, along with sharing a dog bed with a poodle named Dexter.
Owners and neighbours Emma Childs and Abby Bolt say they had no choice but to bring him indoors to care for him.
Barry has picked up habits from the dogs such as jumping on the sofa with his owners to watch a film.
At a month old, Barry is now spending more time outside with other lambs, to help remind him that he is in fact a lamb and not a dog.
He is a Valais Blacknose sheep which is one of the rarest breeds of sheep in the world.
Emma and Abby run a business in Fordingbridge breeding these rare sheep who are known for their friendly and loving dispositions.
Barry drinks bottled sheep milk during the day and at night time to gain his strength.
When he was small Barry had to wear a dog jacket to keep him warm.
Reporter Emma Wilkinson spoke to owner Emma Childs.