Saturday, August 25, 2007

A Typical Walkie

Went to Yappy Hour tonight—evenings at Cheesman Park when many dogs and their owners meet to run loose and socialize, with one eye peeled for the dog officer. No pictures of Yappy Hour. To protect the guilty.

We start our walk by going down the alley. The scenic route. Past all the dumpsters and smelly stuff. Sometimes chicken bones! I get pulled around by the leash pretty hard in the alley.

Arrow eats the peanuts in one spot where someone feeds the squirrels.

I have my favorite rock. Checking the pee mail.

The Park is in sight.

Playing around in the park for a while and then home through the alley.

Today we scared a cat.


Dobby said...

That looks like fun! And "Pee Mail" is a great name for it! :) My Mom used to live by Chesman Park. Maybe some day she will take us there, too.

Joe Stains said...

hmmm I wonder why the humans never let us help keep our neighborhoods beautiful by letting us eat the good stuff we find!

Amber-Mae said...

Oh wow! I think the park looks awesome! So big, so wide, so clean & so GREEN! I love green grass...Weee! Wish I was living there then we can have fun together everyday at that doggie park!

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

Lorenza said...

Hi, Deefor.
Be careful with those officers. We don't want you to get punished!!
Your walkie sounds great. Reading pee mails, finding yummy things to eat, smelling everything!!
I like that!
Have a good night

Pacco de Mongrel said...

seems like u n arrow enjoy d walkie veli much..

is nice 2 had some1 2 walk wit....

as i alwiz walk alone

Poppy said...

I like to check my pee-mail like you do and eat mystery peanuts like Arrow does. It sounds like you live in a great place (minus the dog police and the horses who will shoot you if you bother them). I loved your song about the Big Dog Candy Mountain. Thanks for listing me as a friend on your blog. I've added you to my pal list too!


Ume said...

oh man! y can't my hooman let me pick up yummies during walkies???

r u officially a Chocolate Havanese now, Deefor?