Mom actually remembered to bring her camera to the bark park yesterday morning, and so we got lots of photos of what we like to do when leash-less and beast-full.
Check out territory. Mark as necessary.
I'm a heavenly boy. See my rays of light? That's the reflection from my halo.
Every morning that we're at the park those Border Collie dogs are there. They used to annoy me very much because they cramped my bark park style, but now I've come to really enjoy them. They make for some sweet games of chase, and since I totally dig being chased their herding instincts have come in handy. I make some hairpin turns and they're not able to stop me. Instead they have to chase me around the park!
Seriously dude. Herd me. I dare ya.
I've been working on my "Border Collie Stare."
I'm so much faster and beastlier than my brother.
Big Pupi loooves to play fetch.
He actually brings the ball back to the humans! Sucker!
As for me, I'm all about the....
Icy cold water on my belly!
I ate a beetle on our way into the park, and I made sure to throw it up in my pool!
(Mom didn't get a picture of that. Believe me - it was awesome.)
I'll even share my pool, but Big Pupi likes to weebles in it so mom kept having to dump it out.
Once I'm cooled off, running is super fun. So is obeying mom when she makes me Come Sit because I get feasting treats!
Gravity's got nothing on me.
Beasts on the loose!
We worked our manly muscles and sprinted for quite a while before mom made us walk home. I whined a bit when we left because I love the park so much, but I knew it was time for some breakfeast because my kiddie pool-chilled belly had started to rumble. We feasted, we had our 30 minutes of zoomies, then I passed out and didn't wake again until lunch time. Ah. Park days are the coolest.
Cold water on my belly,
Feasts inside my belly,
Please rub my belly.