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Happy 1st birthday to me…!

Posted in Outings with tags , , , , , , , on February 22, 2011 by beatricebella

Hi all. Happy birthday to me – I’m one year old today! To celebrate on the weekend we went away “camping” (whatever that is!) with mum and dad and some of their  friends. Anyway we had the best time EVER! Check out the pics people…

© Beatrice Bella Fauve and Bella Vizsla, 2011.

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Hot dawgs…

Posted in Outings with tags , , , , , , , , on February 8, 2011 by beatricebella

Hi all! Well if you live in Brisbane, or anywhere in Eastern Australia for that matter,  you’ll know that lately it’s been hot, hot, hot! And humid. Did I mention humid? Only about 90% humidity people – give a dog a break!!! Regular readers will know that late last year mum and dad got us a shell pool for the backyard so we could cool off over summer. For a while I felt positively privileged people. I boasted of our good fortune down at the dog park, bragging to any hound who’d listen about our luxurious courtyard water feature. At the time I heard whispers from some of the others about the existence of giant sized shell pools like vast deep azure lakes that could fit dogs AND their humans! Now mum had fallen into our shell pool once, (it wasn’t pretty people!), and our pool was certainly blue, but these myths and legends of enormous in-ground shell-pools in giant sized backyards just sounded ridiculous.

That was…until last Saturday people.

For behold the magnificence that is…A REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY BIG SHELL POOL…!!

 

Hip happity days – I think I’m in love ! …with dad’s brother who owns said magnificence and let us swim all day long this last Saturday. *Sigh*. How will we ever go back to our courtyard people?

Mum, dad, you won’t really miss us will you? Now how do we amend these papers…Dougal get a pen and take this down “condition of vizsla ownership – must own real pool (sad little shell pool not permitted).

Now get your floaties ready D – summer’s here!

© Beatrice Bella Fauve and Bella Vizsla, 2011.

 

 

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