This is our buddy Fenris. A few years back we shared an apt with him and his mom, our bestest Auntie Lene. Then they moved to a city Far Far Away. That makes us really sad. But that's not really the point. He just became a big brother to a tiny human puppy. And this week Lene and puppy Leah came down south and we got to take her for walkies!
This is Auntie Lene and Fenris' son, Morris, who live with them too(before the puppy hatched). We haven't met Morris yet, because they live so Far Far Away. Mom have, though. Rather unfair in our opinion.
Anyway - we got to take puppy Leah for walkies yesterday. They came down on a plane, so the doggies didn't come, they're home with their daddy. Thus we just made sure Auntie Lene and puppy Leah got sufficient protection. Here's a few pictures Mom took. The poor puppy was rather tired.
Oh so very, very sleepy...
Then they put her into this terrifying, rolling crate. Mom and Auntie Lene and the pugs didn't seem the slightest bit worried. This meant I had to worry for all of us. Let's just say I was rather worried. I love puppy humans. I'm not too fond of puppy dogs, they thend to be just as scary as the big thing. But puppy humans are less scary than big humans. Mom find this rather surprising... But I just want to inform you that they grow out of the not-dangarous-age rather quickly. So spend your time well. Anyways...
We walked into the dark and cold, but I kept watch. I saved her from kids playing soccer, two dogs and a couple of joggers. I constantly kept an eye on the Evil Rolling Crate and it didn't dare to complete it's Evil Plot and run away with puppy Leah.
I'm also posting a picture of my cute puppy self and the human puppy my breeder had. Mom thinks it's supercute, but since it's not her picture she's posting the link rather than posting it here. It's nothing scary so please go look - I was supercute! We're working together to figure out how the world works.
Me and Nic - picture