We’ve had a busy month and visited a lot of different places as well as our usual favourite dog friendly ones.
Lola-Magnolia had her first ever pamper at Wild Hearts Dog Groomers, then on the following Saturday morning we returned to get her measured for a good fit dog harness in the Hughes Ellis Pet shop downstairs (we’re hoping they will be stocking Pero Pet Food soon as we’re being rationed the training treats (those yummy little bone shaped biscuits) between us and the cats, yes those 5 bossy rescue cats are partial to a biscuit too!
Buffers station café wasn’t too far, so we stopped there for their delicious home made dog biscuits and cakes! Human had a coffee.
We’ve also been spending a lot of time with the small human’s on the outside trampoline (obviously we just slowly roll from one side to another) but we found it’s a great place to sit underneath in the hot weather.
As you know human enjoys the garden, and works hard to keep it tidy with lots of plants, trees and flowers. We help by digging holes and jumping into plants whilst the chickens scattering the wood bark from the borders everywhere over the grass. Human says one day our garden will be good enough to join the National Garden Scheme, where you basically let other humans come and nosey around your garden for a fee which goes to the charity. So to prepare ourselves we’ve been to a few open gardens that allowed dogs and the small human, for ideas and inspirations…
We’re now off to the quirky little garden nursery that human likes, to get more plants.
Woof for now