Pics taken after that last 2-day agility trial… How did Miles still have energy?
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Miles and Emma, oh, how we love the pic of the sturdy Welsh butts trotting off to play. Such wonderful action shots. Such a cute story. Does Miles really not like to fetch the ball? Chester loves to run after the ball, sometimes pick it up, (but only if it is a tennis ball.. Lacrosse balls, no way, rubber balls, no way, whiffle balls, no way), sometimes he will bring the ball back, but give it up? N-E-V-E-R… His favorite game with tennis balls is to find them. He runs free in the playing fields of a high school. In the scrub along the edges he will hunt and very often find tennis balls. When he does he carries it in his mouth to show me while he does a few victory laps around me just to show the world what a great hunter he is! So funny.. Love to you, Darcy and Chet
Darcy, reading about Chester always makes me smile. What a tough-tennis-ball-hunter!!!
Miles loves to play ball, fetch, drop-it, fetch… But only if he is the only dog around. If there are any other dogs, he gives them instant ball-priority and instead focuses on chasing them. Most other dogs love being chased by Miles, because they think he wants their ball. When really he just loves to chase.
They are way too cute together! Like OMFG! So adorbs.
Such great action shots of two handsome Welshies! They clearly love the balls! We have gone from balls to frisbees here as the latest hard to give up obsession:) I find if I have two of either balls or frisbees being thrown alternately it is way easier for Bailey to give one up after retrieving it when I say, "drop it, we don't need it", then throwing the other in the air.