I went on a big walk this morning with my humum. It was great as I got to sniff, explore and pull an awful lot whilst on my harness. We even saw my hudad who was out for a run, apparently training for a marathon, whatever one of those is?
I like where I live as I have plenty of countryside to explore, with fields, woods, hedgerows and parks. A true Beagle Harrier paradise.
After we got home, I had some breakfast and then supervised in the garden, which is always a fun thing to do. I get to watch as they work on my flowers and plants, and I get to snooze on my bench, and mooch about making sure they are doing everything well.
Then I got a surprise as I was shackled up again and we were off out. Now I was quite tired but don’t tell anyone. We went off on a different route to normal and but we were going through streets I recognised. Then we were into a park I had been in before and I got to sniff around in the long grass. It got better when we went into the woods as there are always squirrels and deer, so I kept a sharp lookout. Every now and again we came out into the open and the view was lovely.
I was going to places now I had never been and this was exciting, a true adventure for me. Its always good for a Beagle Harrier to see and smell new things. Maybe not for the humans who are in tow. We arrived at our destination and were greeted warmly. It was a pub I had not been to before and I wanted to explore. We went into the garden, and there were some children playing happily. I wanted to join in, but I wasn’t allowed. How mean.
So we sat in the garden for a while whilst the humans had a beer, and I drank some water, still whining a little as I wasn’t allowed to play. Did I say I thought this was a little mean? It was getting a bit chilly so we went back into the pub and I saw a Spaniel. We had a quick woof and he said it was a good pub. I had to agree as everyone was very kind and nice and pleasant and it is dog friendly. I think we will be going back to the Black Horse in Chesham Vale. I even got to talk with a horse, but he didn’t seem to like me very much.
In fact, I think I might make it my local.
Now I am curled up in my bed, after a long and happy day.