I received news yesterday that Percy’s buddy Leo was tragically involved in an accident that took his life. I cannot imagine the pain and sorrow that his owner Danielle must be going through. Leo was the sweetest little boy pup and I am sure he is now frolicing in a great big grass covered dog park filled with tennis balls.
R.I.P. Leo, you will be missed.
Percy is growing so big and we have been so busy doing fun stuff (and sometimes not so fun stuff) that I haven’t had time to post. This weekend was fun filled and I promise to clue you in on it soon. I am uploading images to Flickr right now so if you want to take a sneak peak and form your own conclusions (and see how big the little guy has grown) … feel free to do so!
It finally came in but I have been having some trouble getting it to work. It will be live someway or somehow on Monday but until hen Percy and I will be out playing in the sun anyways.
Kim Hayes has to be my favorite photographer ever…
Percy had a giant weekend this Memorial Day weekend.
Saturday morning we went to puppy playtime at Ahimsa in Ballard. I originally thought it was going to be great and Percy would get worn out and he’d run non-stop and play the whole time. BOY, was I wrong….
Still pathetically walking on his collar, Percy was carried into Ahimsa the promptly crawled into my purse the second playtime began. When removed from my purse he whimpered at my feet while all the other dogs played around him. In his defense he was the youngest and towards the end he seemed a little interested but not interested enough to really leave my side.
After puppy playtime Percy went home for a nap and Jessica and I headed out apartment hunting. I found a great place near my work and Percy and I will soon be moving there. He will be losing his yard but there is a dog park nearby and great places to walk. If only I could get him to do that on leash…
Sunday morning we woke up and I again carried Percy over to my friend Kurt’s house for a pancake breakfast. Percy got to meet everyone and played in the flowers off of Kurt’s back patio. [note to Kurt: sorry my puppy ruined your flowers]
I am happy to say that Percy did manage to somehow miraculously walk all the way home from Kurt’s house! It did take up awhile but he was a little trooper and so tired once we arrived home.
Monday was Percy’s biggest day of all. I had not one but two BBQ’s at my house. Complete with other dogs for Percy to play with. Between all of the people and the other dogs chasing him around he was exhausted. All-in-all, it was a great weekend for both of us!