I've been neglecting my backyard for the last year or so, so it looks best at night or in the frost.
Last year I posted 'in the night garden'.
Here's 'in the frozen garden'.
A rainy day in November - perfect for a retired sleddog reunion!
When I arrived, I went to find Lady, the queen of the castle. She was sleeping in one of her outside spots, in a little sleddie donut. When she woke up she came to say hi. More dogs arrived and more dogs arrived... 40 retired sled dogs plus 10 sleddie siblings in all had the run of not just the fully-fenced outside, but the inside too.
Moose helped himself to his own food supply, Shrekkie traversed the couch and when it was time to go, Summer decided she wasn't ready and had herself an extra hour of playtime.
Lots of regulars were on hand plus there were lots of new faces too - somehow I managed to keep track of them all and with a little help from my dog dorks, we made up a list of the attendees.
Thanks to everyone for participating in the group photo - trust me, I know how challenging it can be to sit still so close together when there's so much fun to be had. Most dogs made the photo, but a couple of the more shy dogs might not be in it, but they're there in spirit *ahem, Apex & Willow*
Thank you to Penny Stone for once again allowing this to take place in her home. I think we owe you maid service now!
Until next time... xo
Sleddie roll call: Apex, Betty, Berta, Bubba, Cherry, ChiChi, Cocoa, Cola, Daisy, Eagle, Farmer, Galute, Georgie, Goofy, Grey, Jeff, Kirika, Lady, Lion, Lucy, Lunar, Moon, Moose, Niv, Nordique, Pique, Question, Raima, Sassy, Shrek, Silly, Sky, Summer, Sun, Trixie, Tucker, Wasp, Weasley, Whistler, Willow
And their sleddie siblings: Angel, Ben, Boomer, Cinder, Diego, Izzy, Jessie, Lucie, Ryder, Shelby, Wednesday
And for more retired sled dog adventures, click HERE!