Friday, July 08, 2011

Livin' the good life...

Sleeping in, staying up late, lots of walks, training, and playing. The dogs are exhausted each night after spending most of the day running around. It has been a fantastic week, and we are all sad to see it end. But the break was great and I feel rejuvenated. I have awesome dogs, and I love them all to bits. I also have awesome friends- thanks so much to J & D for letting me (and five dogs!) crash at their place for a whole week. We are very lucky.

Here are some photos from our walk today. Well, I sat on the ground and the dogs ran around.


The "hunter" in the middle. I don't know why but this photo cracks me up.
Wicca has been searching for critters all week and hasn't found any until today.
She heard the chip at the same time she saw the hole and was possessed. lol.
She was digging like crazy. It was funny (and made for some great photos!)


Pretty (but very bratty) Pixel...

this may be my favorite photo from the week. although it's not in focus really (and I had to soften it to make it look okay) I still love it.
Vito has the biggest feet ever, and can run when he wants to. This was his very enthusiastic recall towards me as I lay on the ground.

Brit, in passing. She doesn't stay still much. She has definitely gained some muscle over the week.
 I am going to try very hard to bike with her every day when we get back to real life.
The running has been SO good for her.


Wicca, daydreaming about critters.

this is her expression when you say "gopher" lol

and Boone was off doing his own thing. He has really been enjoying the freedom. I swear he is like a wild dog sometimes, and would happily go off on his own all the time if he could....

4 comments:

Paws on the Run said...

I'm glad you had such a good week. The weather couldn't have been any more perfect for you!

sagechronicles said...

Wicca has the same look on her face that Sage does sometimes--same for the digging. Must be the critters!

K-Koira said...

They look like they are having a great time. Especially digging for critters!

Taryn said...

I like the last photo of Wicca! I get similar faces (esp. from Wilson) when I say "Chuck!", which is our phrase for woodchuck/groundhog. Anytime the boys are lagging a bit too much on a walk, all I have to say is, "Ooooh, a Chuck!", and their speed doubles :-)