Tug o’ war continued in the living room. We finish drying laundry on a rack in the living room and Fitzi was inside the duvet cover tent’.
Lucy (left) and Fitzi play tug o’ war. We are so fortunate that our dogs get along so well.
Fitzi lay in the grass; a second or two after I took this photo he started rolling.
Life is good when you are Fitzi.
(I have had some trouble posting photos during the last few days.)
A rinsed, empty pill supplement bottle can be a swell dog toy.
I was reviewing my oh so extensive photos directory, saw this photo and smiled.
Kendal is flanked by Achilles (left) and Stella(right). Although they have gone on ahead they remain, and will always be, so beloved.
The dogs and I played outside. Lucy had her ball. Then we went inside; she did not have her ball.
Later, after dark, I let the dogs out for their last pee break. Before that I put them into a sit stay. Lucy looked up at the top of the clothes washer where we keep dog toys. She was looking for her ball. I said no it’s not up there it’s outside.
I said ‘Find your ball!’ Then I let her out, repeating ‘Find your ball!’ And less than two minutes later she brought it back.
What a smart girl.
While reviewing and archiving photos, came across this, one of the first photos of Stella way back in 2004, who has gone on ahead. It seemed to be worth sharing.
Our golden girl.
A play session between Fitzi and Lucy developed so quickly I could not capture a moment. It was a blur.