I had the joy and privilege of walking with Betty this morning. Betty always greets you as a friend and is keen to get out on her walk. She was the perfect walking partner this morning, being her well behaved, adorable self.
We have had the absolute pleasure of walking the lovely Betty a few times now. Since we completed our supported walks a few weeks ago, she has been our 'go to' girl, as she is so beautiful and wonderfully patient. She loves having a good old sniff in the leaves and is a pro at 'sit' and 'paw', especially if there are treats at the end. Not sure why she hasn't been snapped up already but until she is we will continue to be grateful for our weekly hour with this gorgeous girl. Hannah and Sam.
Betty was eagerly awaiting us in the kennel this morning and she couldn’t wait to greet us both with licks and a waging tail. We let her lead the way as an experiment as we get to know the best routes. Thankfully she has got a great sense of direction and knew exactly where she was going! She helped us discover the least muddy path through the woods which was a real blessing. She was incredibly relaxed and was a pleasure to walk with. We took her in the paddock when we got back to the kennels and she enjoyed a very quick game of catch the ball. She brought the tennis ball back once, but then decided it was then much more entertaining to sniff about before cuddles and staffie rolls. Such a lovely girl!
Betty is just the easiest girl in the whole wide world!! It was tipping it down today, but she was still really happy to go for a walk with me. She was happy to walk through the wood and she was happy to walk along the pavement. She doesn't pull, she looks up every now and then to make sure you are as happy as she is, and to suggest you might like to give her a treat, and when you do, because how can you resist this cute little face, she takes it oh so politely. Betty is a poppet.
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