#51 – Special Times with the humans

Yea, fun times!

Yea, fun times!

My humans say I got a bit borings now I got olders, but I don’t think so. I think it’s they who got borings! You see, ever since I ouchied my legs, they are afraid to do lots of the really fun stuff with me in case I hurt myself. And also ’cause I get a bit stiff afterwards if we do any really fun stuff. Because all really, really fun stuff involves jumpings and running arounds!

I got to admits it, I am a bit more slow now I’m olders and I likes to stop and sniff more, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t likes to still have fun too.

Extra long walks makes a doggie happies

Extra long walks makes a doggie happies

Sometimes it’s worth being a  bit stiff the next day if it means lots and lots and lots of fun today! So sometimes, the humans takes me on extra long walks even though they know I’ll be really tireds the next day. ‘Cause they know I likes to go new places too.

Doing fun stuff makes for happy tails.

Playing football is the best fun evers!

And sometimes they still lets me do the really fun stuff, like footballs and bubbles and frisbee!

I likes to throw myself at life sometimes!

I likes to throw myself at life sometimes!

I loves to do really fun stuff and it makes me really, really happies and reminds me that the humans are fun too. The humans say kicking the ball for me can get a bit borings, but they must be mistakens there, ’cause nothing super fun like football can be borings! I’m a really good football player and the humans say I’d make a great goalie. But they says I should really be a rugby player, ’cause I likes to throw myself at the ball.

Yup, still got it!

Yup, still got it!

I bets your doggies have got somethings they really, really loves too, so don’t forget to lets them have it every now and agains so they can be really, really HAPPIES!

About jaspermadra

I am a rescue doggie who was saved by MADRA, a dog rescue based in Co Galway, Ireland. I was adopteds a long time ago and have a great life with my humans, so I does whatever I can to help the other doggies who aren't as lucky as me. You can find MADRA's website here: www.madra.ie
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