Hi, the other dogs in the family have said that I must tell about ALL of us... For me there are dogs and dogs... We sighthounds; salukis and afghans are REAL dogs... then there are "the small ones"! My mother and grand mother told that they are not like us, and I agree with them. But I guess that sooner or later I had to tell you that "we" are not only the salukis and afghans, so here it comes; "we" are also two shetland sheepdogs (shelties) and an american cocker spaniel! The shelties Angel and London are ok, they are delicate and pretty, even if a bit fussy, but Malou is always running around, sniffing, walking on her own ears and panting heavily all day long. She also carries balls and sticks and loves to retriver, just like our neigbours dog Sam (the springer spaniel). At our walks they always compete about who is going to carry the ball.
Yesterday we all went to the fields, or more correctly; the afghans didn't join as their coats would have been stuck with things, the fields are full of bushes, grass and weed, so they can not be with us there. Here are some photos, one is showing Heather (our neigbour) and her two dogs Sam and Hugo + Zara, Knodden and Malou (the cocker). As you can see it was a beautiful afternoon. The other photos shows Zara playing with London and Angel (the shelties).