I met Bruno yesterday for the first time. I've seen from the posts here that he does like a little walking buddy but we didn't have anyone to buddy up with today, so it was just the two of us. We started with a very slow little wander around the grounds, not moving very far at all but eventually we ran into Emma who taught me the trick of the squeaky toy, which was a GAME CHANGER. As soon as Bruno heard the squeak, he was OFF. We ended up having a lovely little walk together, by the end of which I had grown very fond of this cute little teddy bear :)
Well Bruno has the most appealling face the way he looks at you enoys chicken and sausagees a little slow at waking but he gets when he is ready his coat is a little curley but that makes even moor hansome
It is amazing to see the way Tricia has chivied this reluctant little walker to walk as far as he now does. He is so absolutely adorable with his lovely little face and his shiny black curly coat. I love to see him out and about especially as he now seems so much less dog reactive.
Bruno's emergence as a little walking machine continues at pace as this perfect Patterdale decided to take the lead of the group as we headed up to Horley. With only minimal motivation from our squeaky toy, this lad continues to come out of his shell and he was excellent with other dogs, with only some small murmurings as we headed out. Bruno is a joy to be around and we even spent a few minutes doing some grooming, removing a few of his stray greys from the bottom of his back (which he seemed to like may I add!). Reward for his great showing was some time with his squeaky bone, which he loves.
Lovely write up and photos - thank you Nucasol. What a joy it is to see this little black dog enjoying the company of other dogs and being outside in the fresh air. Let's hope the right person is reading these posts and can take Bruno to an experienced, happy, secure terrier home.
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