These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
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Sunday, October 5, 2008

A Lazy Rainy Sunday


We've been spoiled the past couple of weeks with unseasonably warm weather. Looks like Mother Nature finally realized she had made a mistake and is trying to play catch-up with the "normal" October weather. It's raining ... and raining and raining. Has been coming down steadily all morning. And with the rain, comes the lazy "I don't wanna do anything" mood. It's even spread to the dogs.




Sunday is a rally-o day, teaching and learning and training from 1pm to 5pm. We've been lucky enough be able to take advantage of the good weather and offer outdoor classes in one of the trainers' yard. We have a "backup" indoor facility for when the autumn Saskatchewan weather finds us, and the word just came through that we will be moving indoors today. I'm still debating whether I will take a dog or not today. They seem quite happy camping out and having a good long nap in this dreary weather.

4 comments:

Bree/Reilly said...

ah napping.....could anything be better of a rainy afternoon.

Charlie Daniels said...

It's raining at my place today ... and I'm bored!

Cheers

Charlie

Charlie Daniels said...

It's raining at my place today ... and I'm bored!

Cheers

Charlie

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

I am just catching up with your blog, aww they both look so cute laying together. Mine do that too. :-)

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