Over the last few days the three of us at Guillermo’s Travels have been going to this place where there are so many dogs it is hard to decide who to play with.
Here is just one side! This place is huge!
People and dogs are everywhere. We dogs can run and play without having to stay right next to our humans.
Run with me!
This by far the biggest place of its kind that I have ever seen!
It is called Horsemans and Dog Fanciers Park! There are huge areas to run and play while the humans socialize and laugh at us.
What’s going on?
For some reason they never sniff each others butts though, so they can’t be getting to know each other very well, I don’t get it.
Silly humans, how do they know who is who?
On the first day there must of been seven Bull Terriers, some Shepherds, one Rottweiler and all kinds of mixed breads that didn’t seem to know their backgrounds too well.
I thought that she was pretty but was too shy to say hello; what if she doesn’t like little guys?
Many of them were rescued by their humans. They all were so happy and friendly and we all played for what seemed like hours!
There were two very large dogs there. They were Mastiffs like myself.
The smaller of the two was Bo and he is what is called a Bordeaux Mastiff, from France.
The other was Doobie, he was my favorite!
Doobie is a seven month old Mastiff. He is just a pup.
So I decided I would whip him into shape.
You’re not that big!
Doobie and I became friends instantly and started wrestling and playing. I tried will all my might but just could not knock him over. I even tried getting a running start to side swipe him by jumping and smashing into his shoulder with my shoulder but he did not seem phased by it at all!
He didn’t even notice it! These puppies these days!
Papa looked like he was going to fall over laughing. I was able to enlist the help of my of new Bull Terrier friend to get Doobie on the ground but that backfired and I got kicked in the face! So much surface area! This child is HUGE!
What do you got? You got nothin’!
You can sure work up a humungous thirst here so they provide large vats of water. Seems to me they should be shorter… That half milk jug just won’t cut it when you have a big thirst.
I can’t believe I drank the whole thing.
Once I decided I was finished playing and my thirst was sufficiently quenched I gave Mama and Papa the OK to take me home. I love having people to do things for me. So now we are home in the Magic House and I’m going to sleep.
Talk to you all next time on Guillermo’s Travels. I wonder when the Magic House is going to change what is on the outside again? Maybe it is broken…
We will have to see..