The plan for our weekend was simple. Pack the humans into the car, and get them to drive me out to Kent so that we could meet up with my little sister Bella and her new humans. I was really excited to meet her and had already thought about what mischief I was going to teach her, and I wanted to give her some tips on how to train her humans too. And then I found out that two more of my younger siblings would be there too, Eiger and Bonnie. I was too excited for words so I kept wagging my tail all the way over to the park we were meeting in.
Meeting the Puppies
As soon as I saw the puppies coming towards us I realised the flaw in my plan. Humans love puppies and they wouldn’t leave me alone with them long enough even to teach them the most basic mischief. Here’s one of my humans with her hands full of fluffy little pups.
My other human wasn’t any better – it was all about the puppies. Puppies, puppies puppies. At this point I had to resort to playing fetch with one of the puppies’ humans who took pity on me.
I mean, what’s the big deal with puppies anyway?
They can’t walk properly.
They’re slow, and they chew everything that comes their way.
I would even go as far as saying they’re not really dogs yet.
I suppose they can be cute.
Alright, I admit, they can be really cute.
But they can’t play fetch properly. They’re fluffy. And they’re kind of lazy.
But I guess a little sister comes in handy when you want to borrow her waterbowl at the end of a good game of fetch!
What do you reckon doggies out there – how long will I have to wait before I can teach the puppies a good game of chase and how to fetch a ball in style?
And when can I start teaching them mischief? Can you ever be too young for mischief? *waggy tail*
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