Active Weekend

Hey everypuppy, Blue here to tell you all about the busy, busy weekend we had.

Okay, first of all, Maverick went to the meet & greet at Trappe Feed. There he met up with Rocky Pup and a few MaPaw alum. The Trappe Feed people were very nice, offering sodas and snacks, and of course selling some of the kibble we needed. Maverick enjoyed the beautiful weather while he sat outside in the grass. He talked to some people, got petted, and watched the rambuctious puppies play. Oh, he also got to eat a couple french fries from Mama’s lunch.

One thing that was super cool about the day was that we got a visit from Precious, with whom I played so much at my first meet & greet. Precious now goes by the name Lily, and she brought along her adoptive dad to say hi. I’m a little bit sad I missed getting to play with my meet & greet buddy, but I’m so happy she is doing well. Mama said Lily has filled out nicely. She’s still pretty small, but she doesn’t look skinny any more.

Since I wasn’t there to bounce around with her, Precious-Lily bounced around with Rocky Pup. They had a great time wrestling and causing a scene. Precious-Lily’s very good at being noisy.

Rocky Pup also got to meet a big Malamute who was waiting in line for a free nail trim. Obviously the poor Mal had no idea that a nail trim was in store. He got down on the ground so he wouldn’t tower over little Rocky Pup.

Well, Even though Maverick was really tired after all that friendliness on Saturday, I took him for a hike Sunday morning to sniff the fall leaves as they fell off the trees. Usually we find pretty quiet spots to go hiking, but the trail was busy with tourists and camp outings. We got tons and tons of petting. Grandpa said we were on a dog identification hike because of all the people trying to guess all our breeds. I was a Samoyed, an American Eskimo Dog, and a Malamute! I get the first two guesses have an all white theme, but a Malamute? Umm… I am 50 pounds, not even 2 feet tall, and I have crystal blue eyes. Well, anyway, I just bounced around saying, I’m a Husky! I’m a Husky! Everyone knew Magnum was a Husky. Maybe I need to roll in some charcoal so I’ll be gray and white too.

The hike wasn’t enough for me, though, I went to a Husky party afterwards. Maverick decided to stay home and nap. I was pretty tired too, I’ll admit, but I really wanted to go romp with some of my friends at Dog Town.

Boy did we all sleep well after such a busy weekend.

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