Today marks a year that we have had my coworker here. You can beat that ever long night or early morning I’m out here working George is out here with me. Can’t do it with out him 🐶
Here’s the low down.
This time last year we went down to have a look at a few dogs we had seen online, well that was the plan till I saw this boofhead with his cone of shame resting on the ground (big cone little legs) as he sat at the end of his run, with the biggest brown eyes and help me face. He worked it and I couldn’t leave him there and we took him home the next day.
Since then George has come along leaps and bounds. When we first got him he had some big trust issues and fear of men, which with the lots of patience and understanding from Dad and the rest of men in our family, he started to get over. A year later he is now more than happy to get a good chin scratching and head pat for just about anyone that will stop and give him the time.
As time went on George’s true colours came out. His playful side comes to light; he loves to run and jump around and will bring you his toys and talk you into dropping what you’re doing to go play for 10 minutes no matter the time of day. It didn’t take us long to find out that his little legs are full of power, he is a master of the agility course. He powers up the A frames and leaps over the hurdles with ease. He is a big dog with little legs.
After a long day of playing and living the good life, getting up to no good, he loves to hear the magic words “pajamas” on these cold nights. His tail flicks and he comes running to get dressed for bed. Then will promptly take him self off to bed. This is the best time for puppy cuddles.
It’s been a great year for all of us and George, we have many play dates with fluffy cousins, lots of road trips up to Kalbarri and Geraldton, trips to the beach where George loves to explore the dunes and go for a good swim to cool off and so many good memories made with this new member of our family.