Sometimes I act like a normal human being. For example I go to holidays without my dogs. It’s strange, isn’t it?
When I was in Paris for the first time in my life I was twenty and I was in love, so it was just perfect. Since that I’ve visited the place several times, sometimes to visit family members, once with a friend, and the city showed always a different face. This time I was with my mother. We are really similar in a lot of things but she has her own specialities. If you know what I mean:
Don’t be surprised, it’s a perfectly normal thing for her, since she is a yoga teacher. Our project during the five days was to take pictures of different yoga positions front of famous buildings. You can see all of the photos soon on her own blog.
This week I’ve got really bad news: Baba is lost. She is a dog that I’ve trained especially for a little girl to helpful her in everydays, a beautiful and really friendly landseer. This Tuesday the family left without the dog for a couple of hours, and when they arrived home that afternoon Baba was nowhere. As we knew later some workers have seen her around twelve o’clock on the street, but after that there were no sign of the dog anymore. We put advertisements all over the neighborhood, there were interviews with the owners at a TV and a radio channel, we are still asking everyone, the Facebook is full of pictures of Baba, but no results at all. It’s kind of unbelievable. If something happened to her, someone would find her for sure, and she is too big to hide for long without noticing. The only possible explanation is that she is with someone in a house. If it’s like that, I hope that sooner or later a vet will see her and check her microchip. I don’t want to give up: she and her little owner are not complete without each other.
June is always a nightmare if you are working in a school. Exams, nervous kids and parents and never-ending paperwork. So I was happy to escape for a weekend to do something else. And Italy is the perfect place for having fun: country of ice cream, coffee and… well… Italians, if you know what do I mean.
Normally I prefer to travel alone, but this time we’ve chosen to go together three of us, it was more practical in every sense. With Edina we’ve travelled already around the World, and if she is there it’s a guarantee for strange things to happen. The third one was Jozsi who was invited as a judge, and we didn’t want to let him drive because of his health problems, so this was the easiest way to save him from himself. In the morning I was working, so Edina and Jozsi came to the school at noon and we left directly from there. The trip was OK, we’ve arrived around the planned time. The only thing that made me a bit nervous that Jozsi would to take selfies all the time, and he thought that the best way for it is to put his phone out of the window at 140 km/hrs and take pictures from outside. This is one of the moments when he was satisfied with himself and I was shouting ‘ stop it and close the window’
A couple of days ago someone called me for help. She bought a Havanese puppy some weeks ago, but this is her first dog and she is worried that things are not going on the right way. As she explained the dog is scared of people sometimes, and it’s hard to control because he has his own ideas about everything. Sounds typical, so I had already a picture in advance when I arrived to the first meeting.
I was REALLY surprised. There was an extremely cute four months old little dog, wagging his tail and jumping up friendly. When I asked the owner to show what did they achieve together until now, it turned out that the dog can sit, stay, bring back his ball, comes back for the first call, doesn’t touch the food without permission, and knows the heel position. And he did everything happily just for fun. It was just good to see.
Last weekend we were at a dog-dancing competition with my two black-and-whites. After the event I’ve checked the photos and realized that Morgan shows a big variety of her facial expressions during our routine. It seems that she has her own version of the choreography that she follows and thinking about in that two and a half minute.
A special interpretation of ‘heel’ position. Shoulder to the knee, looking up to the eyes, but…
Concentration with a smile:
Deep concentration with a bit of worry. ‘What if she can not catch me?’
‘Hey, that’s my FAVORITE position!’
It’s just a urban legend that it’s impossible to lick your own eyeballs
And the ‘thank you for clapping’-face at the end (she got first prize so she has the reason to look satisfied):