In South America I heard about rabies and I didn’t like the idea of getting bitten much, or stroking dogs, but then there was a dog at a bar we went to in Barre Grande and it was SOOOOOOOOOOOO cute. It rolled over to let you tickle its tummy and Rosalin and Emily and I cuddled it in the sand.
The next cute dog which I have to write about was at a pizza restaurant in Atins. It was outside and the dog came up to us and looked at us and I knew it wanted to be stroked. So I stroked it while I waited for my pizza. It was SOOOOOOOO adorable.
At lunch the next day a funny thing happened. We were sitting at a restaurant waiting for our food. Mummy got a shock and said there is something warm and soft under her feet. There had been a dog lying there the whole time and she hadn’t realised it! Emily and I laughed SOOOOOOOOO much.
Mummy goes out running every morning and she passed a yoga place and the next morning she went to that yoga place to do some yoga. When she got back from yoga I was having my breakfast and she said there were some REALLY cute puppies at the yoga place if I wanted to come and stroke them. They were SOOOOOOOOO soft. They were all huddled up sleeping in a corner. Later I played with them again outside.
The last of all we went to Hacienda Alegria. Mummy did a blog post on the Hacienda, and so you’ll know what we did there but there were five dogs that were SOOOOOOOOOO playful. Their names were Oreo, Snowy, Blackie, Cooee and Sultan.
Blackie loved for you to throw sticks for him.
Oreo loved to be stroked on the tummy.
Snowy loved to join in with the sticks and to go running with Mummy.
Cooee you could pick up and hug because he wasn’t as big as the others which were Border Collies, and there was no chance of you picking them up.
Sultan wanted to make you hug him not any of the other dogs.
I am hoping to see lots more dogs on our travels, and I can share pictures of the nicest ones with you.