It was always a dream of mine to take my dogs to the beach and watch them have fun and run all over the place.
This weekend, we finally did!!
We went just for the day to see if they liked it and , well they loved it!!
We went to a little hotel in Esterillos, El Pelicano.
They are dogie friendly and even have a couple of dogs of their own.
This is a very large beach so the space available to have fun with dogs is huge and they do not
Well, both of them loved running on the beach as far as they could.
They loved getting their paws wet up to their bellies.
Sometimes they even got deeper in the sea, but the area is known for strong currents, so we kept them close to the shore.
They were a little afraid of the little waves, but then, they realized it passed and kept enjoying the sea.
I was hopping that they chase crabs, but instead Sesame decided to chase birds... silly scottie..
And when we were out of the water.. rolling around the sand was the thing to do
It was the cutest, watching them look for the shade when they were not running.
I really think they can get used to trips to the beach. If you have a dog and have the chance, take them to the beach!!
Yesterday I came home from work and found Pepper like this... Quite a mystery because that day it did not rain... but she managed to create a mud pool on her own. The mud was already dry and she had it all over her body...
Well, this is the main reason I was away from blogging.
Pepper had her first litter and I was very much obsessed with watching the puppies all the time.
It was a small litter, only to puppies. Both males. They were called Aza and Bache So they were the Azabache Twins! Basically azabache means black color. Pepper was a good mother and Sesame a good aunty!
Oliver was not as close to the puppies, but whenever they got to play Red one would always go at him as if he was 10 times larger! Guess that Scottie attitude is quite set!
They are now both with their new families. The one with the blue collar is now called Shine and the one with the red one : Blacky.