It has been very windy today hasn’t it? There were small tree branches everywhere on the road.
We took the ball to the park and Silky enjoyed chasing the ball, however, she still didn’t quite understand she had to bring the ball back to mummy. Mummy told me to show her by example but she was barking too much and I didn’t feel comfortable to do anything.
We walked a little further and again played with the ball a little bit.
Suddenly a black Poodle barged in. I cannot like Daisy’s wild dance because it is too lively. You know, she jumps and turns, and at the same time goes around you endlessly. Mummy stopped me but then Daisy came too close to mummy’s face and I snapped at Daisy to protect mummy. At the same time mummy stopped me so my teeth hit mummy’s hand...of course she told me off.
Mummy told me I didn’t have to protect mummy but I want to. What can I do, daddy?
After this racket, Silky gradually started fetching the ball for mummy. We repeated a few times more and finished the practice to carry on the walk. Then, we found woofly big cones. They are unusually big aren’t they? Have you ever seen this big cones daddy?
In the squirrel area there were two dogs running and baking. They were so swift that I was just standing and watching their running. Then mummy called me, so I looked at mummy. WATCH OUT MUMMY!!
A meter long tree branch fell off just behind mummy. See? Mummy needs my protection doesn’t she, daddy?