You know, it’s not always so rosy for us. Don’t think we get to go everywhere with Mummy. These days when she’s quite busy, she has to leave us behind. 🙁
Thankfully, she has “separation anxiety” so she can’t just leave us at home for more than three hours each time. She feels badly and therefore works out a plan so we’re not alone. She pawns us off!!!
It’s easier with Georgie because he’s small and there are a few smallish dogs who live nearby.
There’s sweet little Jaffa, a little cockapoo who is more George’s size than mine.And Pikachu, the Shih-Tzu He’s definitely Georgie’s sizeWhenever Mummy brings him to Pikachu’s, he runs up the stairs by himself, does not even look back to say “goodbye” to Mummy. And goes straight onto the sofa. Pikachu wondering what had happened to his “territory!” I guess I am more Mummy-centric than he is. But maybe he has more self-confidence and he knows by now that Mummy always comes to get him.
This week was his first time at Maddie’s. She came to greet George but he wasn’t sure what was happening.As for me, on days when I am not walking with Agnes and Mummy has too many errands to run, she leaves me at The Pet Spa doggy creche. I know all the staff there so I’m not worried but would I rather be with Mummy?Yes – even if it means we have to go in the tube and bus and taxis and walk amongst lots of hurried feet.
May’s comment: Building up a network of doggy neighbours/friends for days when we can’t all go about our day together! A lot easier with George as he’s so playful and gets on really well with other dogs. It’s not so easy to leave Darcy with another – it’s not so easy to walk two dogs when you only have one.
So in many ways, it’s easier to pawn off Georgie. 🙂 That’s probably one of the reasons Darcy gets to go more places with me. But thankful to have such a supportive neighbourhood.