Saturday, February 4

Walkies on an early Saturday morning!

A very cold morning - but a good start to the day when Emma, my neighbour called for Freida and I. Ted is getting familiar with his new collar and lead. Freida is a good walking companion for him.








































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14 comments:

  1. I saw your comment, where you spoke about blue sky and it`s meanings.
    I would like to invite you to my blog and see our landscapes and weather in these days. Welcome :)
    Those your photos of playing dogs are adorable, we have 10 years old Golden Retriever.
    Warm greetings from not so warm Finland !

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  2. Socialisation Denise - so important for young dogs - I met a Lakeland terrier pup in Kirby yesterday who was so enjoying it too.

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  3. It looks like they were having a lot of fun :-)

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  4. So much fun but I don't see the collar or lead on Ted ?
    Is Ted allowed off lead ? I would be afraid of him running away.
    I like the way Freida seems to be looking out for him.

    cheers, parsnip

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  5. Ted is sure growing! Looks like you all had lots of fun. :D

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  6. It looks like they're both enjoying each other's company. Dogs are so good for getting you out of the house on cold mornings.

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  7. Looks like they were having a great time, bet those little paws were cold!

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  8. what a great walk and a cute puppy!
    xxx

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  9. Awww! Don't lose him in the snow! ;)

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  10. Fantastic doggy photos, so cute!! Looks like you live in a wonderful place. Thanks for popping over to my blog. Suzy x

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  11. I love the way Freida is showing Emma the ropes - what a clever dog and so good of her to share her knowledge with young Emma.

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  12. Looks like a great day for a walk. Cute pups!

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