There were 25 dogs in total, and everyone (2 legged and 4!) had an absolute blast! We made quite a sight walking round the country park, there were many complimentary comments made by other park users about how well behaved the dogs were!! However, one lady stopped me and said “Was this an arranged walk, or did you all just happen to bump into each other?” Seriously??!!
My husband has been walking my 2 dogs – Holly and Ivy – and I’m definitely starting to miss my big hikes every day too…..!
I will be back soon enough though, so until then, I just wanted to wish all my friends, clients and supporters of Wild Side Walks – A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
I love Mugdock Country Park, and there isn’t a day goes by but I think how lucky I am to live so close to such a wonderful facility.
Today though, I never saw too much of it as my hood was up and I was looking down most of the way – as a quick look up meant a completely soaking wet face – never fun!!
Don’t you love this photo of some of my pack – with Ivy out front and the wind just caught her ears perfectly!
Last night, I traveled through to Edinburgh to go for a walk on the range with my dogs Holly and Ivy and to meet up with part of the extended family.
We met Ivy’s mum – Meeka and dad – Kristo (Holly’s brother) and along with them came brother Dante and 3 of her full sisters.
It was amazing to watch them all interact and they all got on SO well.
Some of the other owners were amazed that a big pack of dogs could all walk together really well, with no fighting, but I wasn’t!
If you have a nice pack, with well balanced and friendly dogs – it’s really not difficult at all. In fact, it’s a real pleasure to see them all enjoy each others company and just enjoy their walk together.
Fabulous walk – I loved it!!