Nothing like even more bonding time with Mummy …After dropping off Little Tyke at Summer Camp, we went to Nell’s for breakfast – and we found out we had to sit downstairs because some hooman forgot to keep his dog on a leash!We sat in the empty basement – so I barked at men who came downstairs because I thought it was our place and I was being territorial.
Oh, I forgot to mention I recognised our postman and I barked at him as we walked past him on the street. People around us laughed because I was doing a “classic” dog act! Oh well. Mummy apologised to him.
One more thing to round-up the day – I went to the last of Little Tyke’s Summer Camp end of week performances!I sat and watched and a lot of little kids came up to say hello. And all the camp counsellors was very pleased that I sat and watched the children’s performances. I pretended like I enjoyed it but I really didn’t know what they were doing! LOL!
Just another day with Mummy. Where’s Darcy? Out for a big dog walk in the park. Mummy doesn’t think I need that big walk. I don’t really – walking around and all those new places – makes me tired.And then she woke me up to watch the Olympics swimming in the middle of the night!
May’s comment: Has it made a difference? I think something has changed – aside form the feral moment, George seems a lot calmer. A little more secure? It is so much easier to leave him with someone because he’s small, and I run around with Darcy. But I think it confuses him as to why he often gets left. So now my rationale is, during the summer when Sasha is here, to juggle the hours of the day, Darcy goes for her big walk with dog walker and George goes with me everywhere. Not sure if he likes it – he still doesn’t react well to change of surface areas but this way he gets to learn they are ok. I remember early on when he would sprawl on all fours whenever he saw a big truck or buses. These days he jumps on board a bus with ease. So I think investing time in George is going to help with his aggression too. Just thought it was too funny when he barked at the postman – he recognised him!!! LOL! Several people around us guffawed with laughter. They thought it was so classic! Me, embarrassed!