March 12, 2009 at 9:13 pm #63254AnonymousGuest
in the l last seven days i have seen frogs mateing two butterflies four bumble bees and a ladybird so we can look forward to nice warm days and longer walks and we shall meet more dogs on our walk what i would to know where do all the dogs we meet come from i walk farrokh every day on the heath and in the cold weather i only see a few sometimes i think that some owners walk dogs in spring and summer only if it is very cold out farrokh has coat on if it is raining his mac on thats why he is very fit witch helped him cope with the two major ops he had when he had his accident so if you visit newmarket and go on the heath what ever the weather you will see usMarch 13, 2009 at 7:31 pm #111810AnonymousGuest
May be in the winter people do road walks or go somewhere with street lamps to walk their dogs in the mornings as it is dark? I certainly don’t see anyone in the winter (well no one see’s me) cos I am doing just that….i can assure you that they get walked tho! It is so nice now as it is getting lighter in the mornings and we can walk by the river! meg loves the oyster catchers….not only do they fly off…they make loads and loads of noise too!!March 14, 2009 at 10:08 am #111811SuzAndTheDivaMember
OH we road walk more in winter – sorry but Honey may be willing to lay down her life for me if we get attacked in some dark feild at half six in the morning – but id rather she didnt. Work hours mean i cant go later – so yep we road walk much more in the winter – better for us once the lighter mornings are here 🙂
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