After the introduction here to Bea it is time to expand more into her world. Thanks so much for joining in her smiles around social media, she really is a sweet dog and companion for the whole household. A joy to have around. And a good place to expand is with her friends, she is a very social dog after all. Here bestest buddy? Oh that would be Rusty 😀 …….
Bea loves her trips to see Rusty. Very different characters indeed. Bea the bouncing, galloping, in your face, 10 month old (as I write) sighthound cross. Rusty the older, focused, homely, herding ad fussy fella. A border collie. We actually thought they may not mingle but after just a few minutes careful introduction they happily run around the garden in each others company 🙂 Rusty even allowing Bea to share his toys.
Bea is ultra social to be honest. Something I am actually trying to calm her down a bit with. Not every dog or person is friendly or wants to say hello do they? She is learning slowly but surely. That being said whenever she does meet one of her known friends along a walk she gets her shake on and gets her sprint going.
Or even gets here water legs on with the Labradors. I will get some more pictures of her… trying… to swim soon… for a future post. It really is a sight. She can’t exactly swim elegantly but tries. No doggy paddle in sight. It is long legs and thrashing about in the water, it looks like a jacuzzi with a dogs head sticking out.
When she is 12 months old and her legs are better formed and grown I can start taking her out on the hikes and mountains. A lovely all round companion she is. Soft and gentle, speed, grace and clumsiness all rolled into one. For now though she is enjoying her sprints around the open fields and wondering why little dogs can’t keep up, she will learn!
Unless that is she meets one of her own kind 🙂
Keep tuning in to see my Bea adventures as I am soon to be an adult. Rusty’s big beaming smile will be making lots of appearances too for sure! 😉