Now that I am ten my Mum keeps finding articles about aging dogs. I don’t feel old! I still run on the beach and look for exciting Weemails on seaweed and rocks. I must admit I don’t run at the park as much, and do spend more time sitting contemplating.
“Old dogs like old shoes are comfortable. They might be a little worn around the edges but they fit well” Bonnie Wilcox
Senior dog Rooney waiting quietly at Melograno Cafe Subiaco
Slightly senior Berkeley
Last Sunday Mum organised a party at Richard Diggins Park. She left Digby and I at home as she thought we might be a bit of trouble with lots of kids around. Some of the kids asked where we were so we went around later to play with them. Here are some photos of Mayor Henderson and Ex Mayor Richard Diggins (whom our little park is named after).
James, Lucy, Julie , Sheila, Alma, Richard, Helen and the How Now Coffee Van
Basil and children www.absoluteamy.com
Richard, Alma, Heather and Helen RD Park
KoKo’s Dog Blog has recently been included in Petsecure’s list of the
“Top Australian Pet Blogs and Sites You Should Be Reading”.
Here is the quote:
“Koko’s Dog Blog is a touching and humorous page that tells the stories of Koko and his everyday adventures in Western Australia – from a dog’s perspective of course!”
A cute couple
The pet touching stall was the most popular event in Rokeby Rd. The looks on the kids faces was delightful. Ivy cuddled every animal while other girls had their faces painted so that they would look like an animal and get pats to.
Helen and KoKo
Do you know what to do if your dog stops breathing? Here are some helpful instructions from VetWest Animal Hospitals.
Follow the same DRSABC principles for humans.
Look what we found last Friday night – At first sight I thought it was Cleo but then maybe it was Barbara?
The two doggies were playing roll overs and suddenly one of them lost her head! Does anyone know who it is with the big smile on her face? KoKo
Cleo and Barbara Mix – Subiaco Centro