Posted in Coffee, Dog, Doggies, Dogs, KoKo, Parks, Play, Subi Common, Subiaco

Crispy frosty morning play – KoKo

 

On a bright and frosty morning we dropped in to Mueller Park for a run and Kosmos ran up to say hello to us. We had not seen him for a year. I recognised him by his fuzzy head!

Then on Saturday, after my Mum had left me outside Lord’s gym wrapped up in my hoody and purple blanket for a whole chilly hour, we decided to call in to Subiaco Common. Here we met two brothers, who as you can see, were very fluffy and playful. Baxter and I paired up for a play as we were more the same size.

No week would ever be complete without our coffee stops. Mum snapped Mia hiding under a table in the new Heytsbury St Cafe.

Life is never boring in Subiaco. We have great doggie parks and so many cafes. KoKo

Kosmos at Mueller Park
Kosmos at Mueller Park
Baxter and KoKo
Baxter and KoKo
Prickles and Rufus
Prickles and Rufus
Prickles and Rufus 2
Prickles and Rufus 2

 

 

 

Mia at the Cafe
Mia at the Cafe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here I am trying to do a deal over where I should sleep. You can see I lost.

Mum please don't make me get into MY bed. It is warm and cosy in yours.
Mum please don’t make me get into MY bed. It is warm and cosy in yours.
KoKo and Doggy going to sleep
Me and Doggie in MY bed
Posted in Black Dog, CS Park, Dog, Subiaco, WeeMails

Back to Cliff Sadlier Park

This afternoon, just as the school kid were walking home, my mum and I took a walk at the big Subiaco Dog Park.

We had not been there since the nasty dog attacked me in Park St, as we are now both a little wary of bigger dogs.

Luckily we found that all the dogs were friendly and welcomed me back.

Of course as I had not been here is ages I found lots of WeeMails to catch up on.

I just ran from one bush, to another, then found a tree branch with a message.

 

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My nifty nose detected a WeeMail on every post in the park.

I caught up on six weeks of gossip! You may notice I am wearing my Eagles Footy jacket.

It is starting get cooler in the evenings so I need a little extra coat.

 

We noticed that he City of Subiaco have built a new playground for the kids  and human babies. It looks like good fun.

I hope the rangers don’t fence me out, like they do at Mueller park.

Us dogs enjoy the challenge of the agility equipment – especially as it means treat!

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Woof to all,

KoKo Harry Potter

Posted in Dog, Dog Adventures, Subiaco

My Mueller Park Adventures

Adventure 1

As you probably know by now, I crave adventure. If I am tired of playing with my ball when I am at Mueller Park, I start to think “I wonder what fun I could find in the flats over the road?” Maybe I could zip across the road and into their garden and see what I can find?

I glance across at Mum to check she is busy talking to another dog parent. I put my imaginary iPod on so I can’t hear my Mum if she calls me, put my speedy legs into top gear and … I am off across the park!

“KoKo STOP”  – I just hear through my music. “Maybe she is talking to someone else” I think. So I keep running faster and faster toward Subiaco Road. There might be a car coming but I tell myself I am super dog, I can make it.

Luckily there are no cars and I reach the other side of the road without being squashed. I sigh with relief then glance around and see Mum is running after me. Boy am I in trouble.

“I am here now so I might as well make the most of my escape” I think, so I squeeze through a gap in the fence into someone’s garden. What fun! There are lots of new smells and bushes to explore. Even better there is a hole in the otehr side fence so I squeeze through into the next garden. Wow this is exciting.

Finally my breath comes in pants and my little legs are shaking. I am looking for water. I glance around and wonder where my Mum is when I need her. I see her puffing up the street looking weary. I do some quick thinking about what tactics to use. I am in trouble but I think I can trick her into being happy.

I run to her excitedly. “Hi Mum, it’s great to see you!” I say, as I jump up and lick her all over. Of course she forgets I have been naughty. She is happy because she knows that I am now safe.

Adventure 2

Other days I try a different trick. The City of Subiaco built a very fancy playground at Mueller Park with a big fence to keep the kids in and the dogs out. The kids have heaps of toys to play with and there are BBQs inside. I think the sign on the gate might say “No Dogs Allowed” but of course, as you know, I cannot read!

I know why I should not do something but I can’t always control myself, especially when food is involved. The smell of cooking sausages in the fenced park is just driving me crazy.

So I paws in my playing and think about how I can break into the kid’s park. I search the fence down low and find a gap. Great! I squeeze my soft furry body through it and wow!… I am in the kids park. Now I can have fun!

Am I interested in having a swing or playing with the ropes you wonder? No, of course not. I have spied the BBQs that are producing that meaty smell. I search the ground for lost sausages. No luck. “Ok”, I think, “lets check out the next BBQ”.

I run past the little kids, duck under the swings, speed around the water feature, dodge the people trying to catch me and almost miss the BBQ. I skid to a stop.

I am having another sniff around looking for sausages on the ground when “Oh No!” Mum grabs me by the scruff of my neck and chucks me out the playground gate, back into the dog park.

Then she walks off to chat to someone else. As you know though – I am not silly – it does not take me long to remember the hole under the fence.

When Mum is distracted again, I  squash myself under the fence, run past the little kids, duck under the swings, speed around the water feature, dodge the people trying to catch me and almost miss the BBQ.

I skid to a stop. I don’t know any other animal that loves a barbecue more than a dog, and being one, I’m no exception.

Posted in Dog, Subiaco

Mueller Park Dog Photos

Today my blog is about my adventures at Mueller Park in Subiaco. Mueller Park is near the Subiaco Football oval and is named after a botanist. It is very large with lots of old large trees and birds. My mate Bro and I play together there sometimes. The cars go very fast down busy Roberts Road so it is a bit dangerous for a naughty dogs who like adventure. Our parents have to watch us carefully.

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These are some of the mates I play with:

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