As long as the rain persisted,there was nothing interesting to tell. But the last 3 days
were full of pure joy: sun, sun, sun and activity. And I was really lucky in my outings.
On Friday, the three of us: me, Ever and Hera set out for our customary short route, not expecting any
surprises.Just business as usual - chasing each other in the beginning and then a simple walk. In the middle of the first leg, though, we saw something promising and run to be sure not to miss it,although humans were trying to stop us. Right we were.It was a young lady, we know, with her new baby and 3 of her dogs: a very short legged Jack Russel lady (usually in bad mood and barking, but this time she wasn't) and her two sons: beagle mix (their Dad was a rescued lab dog).
Everybody jumped around the baby and the result was that all but me and Ever were taken on leash.
Didn't refrained us from welcoming each other...
Since both Youki (the Jack Russel) and Hera are very unstable in their behavior, everybody
was watching how they react and I was left unattended, which enabled me to approach the baby
and to show it my friendly character (extensive licking)
Of course humans were horrified when they discovered me hanging above the baby, but the little one was laughing.
I consider this one of the more interesting walks.
Yesterday, we went to school. The weather was once again nice and sunny and I met several of my old friends. Everybody was happy - even the owners - about the good weather,so we had a little more freedom on the field. The exercises were not very tiring, I even consented to some agility features -ha,ha - tunnel was great! -and then we could chase each other. The best yet was chasing through the tunnel and even the teacher was smiling indulgently instead of keeping us out of the premisses.
Today was a little too hot ( mark my bark, in March - 20 degree), but i had a big surprise. Just got out of the car, met Ever, when i was called on the field, for a big car was heading our way. Well, it was Swiss and inside was Axel. (I mentioned him once last year. It is a German Forest dog who admires me but we meet very seldom, only in summer when his owners are in their summer house) His human stopped to greet our humans and Axel crawled from the back seat to the front seat and then over his humans head out of the window. And we had a big chase, which was nice. Only, he felt the spring a little too much and tried to mount me - well, he saw the size of my teeth. Still, didn't want to go back to his car and had to be bodily restrained.
All in all, I think -not bad. Maybe my social life will develop with the weather?