Role reversal

I enjoy playing with dogs of all ages and sizes, and as I’ve got older I’ve got better at changing my style to suit my play partner. The other day I bumped into my staffie friend Daisy who is a whirlwind of energy. Mummy and daddy thought it was funny that I was on the receiving end of her attentions and I took the more passive role for a change. Usually I’m the relentless one.

The barking you can hear, is her sister Stella who was running around in the background with her lead in her mouth.

Do you tend to take the lead when you play with others?

SW: Wellington Country Park

Today we went on a long car journey to Reading where we met up with Auntie Ruthie, mummy’s best friend from uni. Auntie Ruthie and her husband uncle Rich live in Wales with their baby and their staffie Jazz. Mummy and Ruthie arranged to meet up roughly in the middle at Wellington Country Park which is a 350 acre park in Berkshire.

It was a really lovely place to visit but tbh more geared up for children than for us doggies. Jazz doesn’t have many friends: being a staffie she’s often avoided which is such a shame as she’s a lovely friendly dog. I have quite a few staffie friends so was more than happy to have a romp about with her. I also made friends with a few kids and most of all Auntie Ruthie’s baby:-) We’re hoping to meet up again soon and I can’t wait!

Mummy didn’t take many photos as she was more interested in talking to Auntie Ruthie than snapping the scenery, but she managed to take a few of me and Jazz playing.

Hope you had a great Sunday!

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