My first year was pretty hectic. Who knew dogs had so much to learn! Here are a few pictures…
At eight weeks old, Mum and Dad collected me and drove me to my forever home. I travelled in my new blanket and I had my first toy bone to chew on. My first day at my new home was pretty scary with out my brothers and sisters, but I soon settled in! I whined for a couple of nights, but when I realised that Mum and Dad were not having this, I gave up. Turns out that Dad was sleeping with his headphones on and Mum, well she sleeps through anything.
This was my first experience of Snow. Wow I had so much fun running around making paw prints in the snow.
Swimming is one of my most favourite things to do. I found out I could swim by accident. I thought I would jump on to what I thought was dry land, it turned out to be a big leaf floating on water. Yep you guessed it, I fell straight in the water. Luckily there were no other doggies around to witness this embarrassing situation. I seem to have an in built homing device to water, so my Mum says. You can guarantee I can sniff out the muddiest of puddles.
When I was old enough, I walked up my first mountain – Mount Snowdon. I made it all the way to the summit. This one was taken coming back down the Miner’s Track. I was so tired after this trip, that I slept for the rest of the day!
So there you are – a few nuggets of my first year!
Until next time!