This morning we were on the beach very early! But still we had to walk a long way before I could get of the leash… summertime, you know…
I was amusing myself in the running-business, up and down the waterline. Then I found something to play with, funny thing, made a bit noise too! Mum said something about irresponible humans and their garbage.
At one moment, I did get this special smell in my nose and off I went, mum and her explanations were not interesting! Yes: finding-business works today! Mum came to have a look and yelled that I had to drop it. 😦 No way, back in the running-business! My find!!! 😉
Ohoh, you don’t know my mum if you might think I got away with it! Whistle language! Okay, I come, but I bring my find with me. Mum is even more sly than a fox, my dogness! She did not say drop it! She said: sit. Okay, I’ll do that. 🙂 Stay? With my find? Okay. 🙂
Voilà, next moment I was on the leash. 😦
Los! (=Drop it)
What? She means it? I can’t run away anymore! Damnit, mum, that’s not fair! It’s mine, I found this good smelling thing! 😦 What is she saying? Not eat it? Okay, I can sniff at least? 😉 In the end it seemed not that good and I peed on it… no pic of that, of course! 😉
Ah, only a little thing how mean of mum, not to let you have that. Not as though you were being naughty, not like my Bob who found a lovely dead seal to play with and roll on. Oh my – smelly for days; even after a bath!
You understand me! 😉 I once found a seal too but I was a bit afraid of it… https://everydayanairedale.com/2014/04/15/run-and-run-and-run-to-get-dry-after-getting-wet/
And then there was that time I found a shark!!! https://everydayanairedale.com/2015/04/25/a-prey-again-and-even-more-than-a-wet-belly/
Big hugs, Kita
PS I did not smell that bad, I got a bullystick and my beard got a bath, that was enough… 😉