So, agility was great fun! Dad took me along with his girls as they were here this weekend (they come over every other weekend). Mum was getting her nails done. The same lady has done her nails for 3 years but she is now moving back to the US as her husband is in the USAF and his posting here is finished. Mum is going to miss her soooo much as she doesn't think she'll ever find anyone who does her nails as well as she did. I don't see the worry, nails are boring!
So anyway, dad and the girls took me to agility on Saturday. There were weaves, a collapsible tunnel, a dog walk a tyre and lots of other cool stuff. I think I did pretty good for a first timer and dad and the girls told mum they were proud of me. The only thing I was a bit worried about was the dog walk. Dad didn't take any treats to lure me (silly dad!), so Tracey who runs the class let me have some of her sausage, yum! After one tentative attempt, the next two times I went hurtling up there. Tracey said I need to work on being more "back leg aware" as I don't take much notice of what they're doing, so mum is going to teach me to walk backwards as apparently that helps. I was OK with all the other equipment, and didn't mind the collapsible tunnel once dad lifted the end up to show me I could go through, just like I can with mt regular tunnel in the garden. We don't have any photos as dad was busy helping me and I'm not sure how the photos would have come out if the girls had been in charge of the camera - probably lots of weird and wonderful shots! We'll get some photos next week.
Yesterday was a lovely sunny day so we decided to combine my walkies with a trip to the park. The girls wanted to take it in turns holding my lead. I was being really good and walking nice and slowly, but then J decided to run and she tripped over and scraped her knee! Mum thought I pulled her over at first and was about to tell me off, but dad saw that I wasn't even moving, she just tripped! To cheer her up I did this:
I stuck my head in the bushes and got these thorny stems tangled up on my head. It made her laugh so it was worth the prickles!
Once we got to the park, dad was busy playing as you can see!
Dad played with J on the see-saw - I'm not sure which of them was having more fun, hehehe!
OK, so I was only tied for about 5 minutes. The rest of the time I was running around with either mum or dad and jumping in and out of the stream, so I'm not that hard done by really. But still, I would really have liked to try out that climbing frame!
We have some new additions to the family at home, so I'll tell you more about that next time!