Walking with my pack is something I do every day. It’s good for your canine companions and for pet parents as well and-for those who’ve met me-this is something I recommend all the time.
Aside from walking, another activity that my pack is quite fond of is napping. We wish you all a Happy New Year and may 2021 bring us all health, prosperity, and the ability to go back to what our world used to be in the past. Stay safe.
This was the first year we were not home. Instead we went to Boston to visit family and did a little sightseeing while there. As you can see, Alex could care less about the ducks around her.
It was funny to see Alex totally uninterested in all the real ducks around her, but once she saw these “fake” ducks she couldn’t help herself and she had to go and meet them. As you can see, she is meeting them the polite way, the doggie way. How? By sniffing the tush.
Alex even posed with them. She was such a good girl. By the way, because it was so cold that day, we were out for about 20-30 minutes only. We parked very close so we went back to the car and headed to get some food.
We could take Alex pretty much anywhere dogs are allowed because she is used to so many things, including horses. We saw a policeman on a horse, but I was hesitant about asking him for a picture so we kept walking. When Alex was a puppy I took her everywhere so that as an adult dog she would be comfortable in different situations and areas. Belated happy new year 2015!
Aside from human companionship, Alex was able to see her cousin, Stryker, again. Stryker is a Jack Russell Terrier. It was funny and interesting to see them together because whenever the kids would run around the house, both Alex and Stryker would bark at them, with Stryker being the more adamant about ending their running and/or playing.
2013 is here!
We got lucky that Cynthia, my partner, was able to capture this picture of all of us before Stryker and Alex moved. Happy New Year to all of you. May you have health, prosperity, love, and peace in this new year.