I am a lucky pup to live in a neighborhood of dog enthusiasts. My house is across the street from an elementary school with a large fenced-in grass area, which turns into an unofficial dog park in the evenings and weekends. How pawsome is that?
Mum says that I play a key role in helping my introverted humans get to know the many cool people that live close by. My peeps usually recognize the dogs first, and the humans second.
Pups in the ‘hood pass our house on the way to the school yard, and I am always willing to sniff bums and pee over their pee (sometimes peeing on them hehe). In the interim, my humans converse and chuckle at their dogs unabashed enthusiasm.
Sunday morning mum and I went across the street and she watched me play with a my Wheaten Terrier buddy. Mr. Wheaten’s owner said hello and said happy new year.
Nice pup, nice person.
Getting to know my neighbors is one of the many joys that I gives to my people. I have come to appreciate dog folks – they really are a special breed!
Woofs and wags,