Digging up the yard. Who needs a rototiller?
Following a good trail.
Taking a long, vigorous walk with you.
Checking out all possible food sources. (Many things are more edible than humans think.)
Visiting neighbors and seeing what kind of goodies they’re handing out.
There’s nothing your dog enjoys more than:
Exploring the great outdoors, stinky bits and all.
Going on an adventure as long as it doesn’t make them late for dinner.
Examining all the bulbs you just put in, roots first. You can put them back in the ground now.
Being around lots of people, some of whom have food they might share.
Jumping out and goofing on their humans.
Your dog sees themselves as:
A professional trainer. Somebody has to make sure the human stays fit.
A gardener. No, they're not trying to dig under the fence and go play with the dogs next door. Why would you think that?
A detective. They'll have this trail figured out in no time.
A prankster, the life of the party. They'll even wear fake devil’s horns or a silly costume if it makes you laugh.
A food connoisseur. If your dog won’t eat it, it’s not worth eating. Fortunately, there’s very little that falls in that category.
Will follow you anywhere, no matter how confusing it all seems at first.
Has left a list of “healthy” Halloween treats on your desk. (FYI, they all include rawhide.)
Likes to go shopping with you.
Will take you over hill and dale and then look at you in surprise when you start dragging. Humans really have no stamina.
Bury bones and toys in the garden. You never know — they might come up. A squeaky-toy tree would be cool.
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