We went to the main car park and all of us were eager to go out for a run. We couldn’t wait for the others!
And then they came!!! Woohoo!Bertie and Harley – two young fluff balls – I mean, literally still with ballsBut were perpetually tormented by “jealous” George!I did my best to stop him. Thanks a lot to his luxating patella, he couldn’t run as fast as these young ones.But he wouldn’t leave them alone. Horrid George!
Pretty soon, he ended up in Mummy’s arms and then Julie’s arms because he was terrorising the little boysThat way, they could get on with playing with each other.Without interference
We did the doodle dash! Some of us were ball-obsessed! We ran with balls in mouth! I was equally guilty on that front Some of us were wrestling– The Apricots And the BlacksSome needed a hug for reassurance after runningMost of us were treats obsessed It took us all a long while before any of us ventured near the water!Go on Dante, you go!But it did look tempting …
So I joined him.Soon it was time to leave Out came the leashesWe forgive your George – for being jealous of “balls”
Awww, that was such a fun meet! When is the next one?
May’s comment: Great turnout for a first meet at Camber Sands on a grey Monday morning – organised by James, Frank and Dante. Altogether 11 of us!
Missing from the group photo:
Dante, who was busy chasing his ballGracie (Springador) – she arrived lateand Monty (Cocker Spaniel) – his mummy had to go to the dentist!It was an easy journey from London (St Pancras International or Victoria) to Rye. Lovely town – more about this later, and fab beach for the dogs. James will be organising more walks and we’re going to try and make it again.
Photos by Mara, Kevin and Vanessa! Thank you.