Dogs at play

Fetch Henry

Fetch Henry

Find it Henry

Find it Henry

Good boy bring it here

Good boy bring it here

Henry and Tessa at play, dancing

Henry and Tessa at play, dancing

Jack took this series of photos of the dogs when we took them for a walk along the beach this morning.

Henry is 2 years old and isΒ a bundle of pure energy he never slows down. Tessa is 8 years old but she still plays and gives Henry as good as she gets, but she slows down sooner than him. It is a constant pleasure to be living with these two adorable dogs for 8 weeks.

After 8 weeks of dog walking 2 to 3 hours a day we will be feeling very fit.




Categories: Australia, Hobart, photos, Tasmania | Tags: , , , , | 25 Comments

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25 thoughts on “Dogs at play

  1. Hi Pommepal, must say Henry is lovely! He looks so happy and playful! He and Tessa look like they get on well. My Henry has just left NZ for Brisbane and plans to head up to Cairns for some sun, warmth and some waves! Kath


    • Hi Kath. I’m sure your Henry will love the warmth of Queensland even though it is now almost winter Cairns is still tropical and warm. Tell him to go to the Goldcoast while he is in Brisbane if he wants to see surf waves


  2. Joan and Terry Watson

    you will miss them when you com back to the GC


  3. Thanks for posting the photos and taking me and the dogs for walks.


  4. Sometimes we need animals and children to remind us what a joy life really is!


  5. Great pictures!


  6. poppytump

    It’s a great way to get fit ! Lovely shots of these playmates PP.


  7. These dogs are so cute. I think you and Jack might be spoiling them. Good for you!! πŸ™‚


  8. I love dogs playing – they are like children, happy and free!


  9. Gorgeous dogs, Pommepal. I love the pic or them dancing. So cute. πŸ™‚


  10. Suesilver

    What is the breed of these really cute and wonderful dogs? Lovely photos, thank you,Sue


    • Thanks Sue. They are mixed breeds but Henry has mainly miniature snauzer and little Tessa has some shtzu (can’t spell either of those names!!)


  11. These two are just sooo photogenic πŸ™‚


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