17 November 2012
Most nights mummy takes me for a walk through the woods to meet daddy from the train station.
It's very, very dark and there are no lights in the woods. The best bit about these walks is nopawdy can see what I'm getting up too, so I can go off and find all sorts of mischief.
I spend most of the Winter walking in the dark with my hoomans, the only exception being the weekends when they are home during the day.
I do get to see daylight though don't worry, Miss Jackie my walker takes me out to play with my friends whilst the hoomans are working, so it's not all bad cos we has so much fun.
But my favorite walks are with my own hoomans, cos lets face it, they are mine and I now have them fairly well trained to do what I want, when I want.Sometimes I has to remind mummy it's time to go and meet daddy, cos she forgets as she's watching the big noisy box after he has rung to arrange the meet up time.
I'll never understand how she can't seem to tell the time. It's the same routine every night, daddy rings from the massive place called London and 50 mins later we meet him in the woods from the train.
I love these walks the smells are so strong in the dark, and I can usually find something nice to roll in **muffled giggles behind paws**
This routine has been going on for years, I loved the arrangement and I thought the hoomans did too.
All my sneaky fun in the dark has stopped. Mummy now makes me wear a red flashing collar so she can keep a close eye on me. She won it in a Dogs Today competition last year, she can now see where I am and what I'm up too
Talk about spoiling my fun!
So take heed pups, if your hoomans arrive home with a flashing collar, you need to chew it up as soon as possible!
That way you can still have fun in the dark, let my own silliness of allowing them to put it on me be a warning to you all.