Have you ever seen Silky’s affection towards the park gate? Every time she comes near the gate she tries to run for it and once she gets there she screams very loudly and then barks intently while mummy opens and closes the gate. I was surprised at first but well...it is the same as me barking at any strings which you can pull, I suppose. Even the word “String” makes me excited.You can watch a short film for it if you like, daddy.
In the park we saw an English Setter running around so mummy put the lead on me. You know, if she had come to me I might have snapped at her mightn’t I?
The dog came to us but the target was not me but Silky. The English setter was too big for Silky so Silky ran about this way and that to get rid of her, but she wanted to play and didn’t give up easily. The owner called her “RUBY!!!!” but she didn’t listen at all. The owner got irritated, angry, shouted, and chased Ruby without any luck. She should have used a treat or something shouldn’t she?
Ruby was around us, jumping to play so we couldn’t go forward. We had been standing like that for a few minutes and then the owner said “THAT’S IT!!!” She shoved her hand in her pocket and what appeared was an umbrella!! Oh my woof!! She is going to hit Ruby!! Only she couldn’t reach her at all.
Another lively dog came which was Daisy the poodle. Daisy and Ruby started to play together so we could walk off and mummy took the lead off me. After a while I saw the owner grabbing Ruby’s collar so somehow she managed to catch her. Poor Ruby, I hope she wasn’t smacked with the umbrella.
In the smaller park I saw my friends the duck lover couple. I have seen them everyday recently. When mummy was trying to take a photo of Silky and me, the lady duck asked us if she could join us. We welcomed her and took a photo together. It was shame that her boyfriend was too shy to join us. Can you print one for me, daddy? Then I can give it to her.