We took the (home made) agility gear out and Ellie did her usual, raced over jumps, through the tunnel and kept on going for a few laps until she had taken the tunnel apart.
the best way to use buckets.
We spent quite a bit of time trying to persuade the Bob to have a go. There was no treats in my pocket so the best he could manage was – a roll over!
Sunday Morning and we were brought on a walk! This meant a lot of hills, running and puffing. The first two applied to Ellie and the last bit to me. I find it tough going now, to walk up and down hills but there is always a benefit after exercising.
My sleep is full of dreams but I keep dreaming I am attached to Ellie. I wonder why?
We had a tough week last week and I decided a little time off or out would be good for us.
However one dog in particular was a bit stubborn on the issue of doing something different. He refused to get in the car.
So Bob stayed at home to rest.
We went to rest the Ellie way. Which meant there was a lot of walking,
throwing of balls and
once or twice parking the ball while she went to investigate the sights and sounds of the wood.
When we arrived back home, he had moved but poor Bob looked exhausted.
It was raining.
“Behave,” she said. And when she looked in, I was
someone had left a nice soft rug on the floor
and it was too much so game time started.
What is it with Collies?
They always have to win. Ah well, maybe next time.
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