supervised access?

 

 

Posting days: Sunday and Wednesday and, sometimes, maybe, extra ‘news flashes’!

 

Sunday July 17th 2016


My lawn is still getting established, whatever that means, so I am to have ‘supervised access’. I don’t know what that means, but I had it today. It could mean something that happens when Human feels guilty. Human feels guilty today.

I can count up to two. Two is how many walks we have a day, and two is how many dog teas we have a day.

And today we only have one walk, not two. That’s why Human feels guilty. I know we were in Highbury Park for almost two hours. It was very hot but I am sensible and stayed in the shade for most of the time, and walked in the stream. Yes, thank you, it was very nice. But it was still only one walk, not two.

Human goes off to the cinema at five thirty. So that’s why I get ‘supervised access’ to my garden. Are there any other dogs out there who get it? If so, perhaps they could tell me what it is.

At the moment, I can only guess.

I think it’s to do with a dog not being allowed to enjoy itself; for example, I guess a dog is allowed to lie down quietly on the grass and chew on its ball …………………..

 

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or stand up and pause for thought

 

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or even change direction.

 

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It appears that a little trotting is in order ………………………….

 

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But one isn’t supposed to get wild …………………………………

 

 

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or zip around in an uncontrolled fashion ……………………….

 

 

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or twirl in the border ……………………………..

 

 

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or hunt for cats –

 

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even if they’ve left a very strong catty smell.

 

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And I’m sure it’s against the rules to squeeze past the pear tree and the raspberry canes

 

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……… or even contemplate walking into the laurel ……………………………

 

 

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let alone actually do so.

 

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So I’ll just stand around like a good dog and behave myself.

 

 

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Have I done anything wrong?

 

Isis came from the Aeza cat and dog rescue and adoption centre in Aljezur, Portugal. For information about adopting an animal from the centre, contact kerry@aeza.org or  www.dogwatchuk.co.uk

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4 Responses to supervised access?

  1. Gail says:

    great pictures!

    Like

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