I make everyone feel good! How do I know? Because I can hear people even before I have seen them because of the “Awwwwwws” and cooey gooey calls and I just know they are smiling …chew the goo… and their oxytocin levels go through the roof and we start to bond. I love it, just feeling everyone around me likes me and wants to say hello. …how lucky am I?… and my confidence grows day by day.
Part of our walk today was to go in and see Christine who has been restricted in how much she can move. She used to be very active but not anymore so we headed round to give her some Ted Therapy which she absolutely loved …chew her wheel chair…chase it… I’m loving these walks.
So when we walk and he feels it’s safe we’ll go over and meet all sorts of dogs and today I met an Atika called Nikki who was a bit grumpy but I’m sure my puppy Jedi eyes will work on her too. Her owner Helen and and Catherine gave me the idea of “Pupdates” So I’ve given it paws for thought and I’m gonna use it on the site. So I’m looking forward to seeing Nikki again …chew the grumpy dog… Helen was really good and warned us and so we were able to keep a distance that made her feel safe. We puppies can handle any temperament of dog as long as we have the appropriate distance. I mean if you don’t like Brussel Sprouts you don’t want them shoved in your face but you can handle them if they are all the way on someone else’s plate.
Next we headed out over the field near by where we met Dirk, Angel and Sam. I first met Dirk down at Spylaw Bank Park so was great to see him again with two new friends Angel and Sam. The photo of Dirk was one he had taken with the memory card in the camera. I won’t even gratify that with a lol …chew the camera…
Angel and Sam are lovely dogs and were so well behaved that they may have inspired me to be a bit better cos he reckons I’m doing so well.
So I will continue to spread the Ted Effect, well at least while I am a puppy but he says I’ll be adorable no matter old I am.
Chew the String