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Finally, we went back to the dog park, I had to promise not to pee on any unsuspecting men, but it was worth it to go to the dog park. See me looking out the window driving over? I look calm, but I was really storing up my energy so I could run like a wild man when we got there.
The first thing I did was get out, get sniffed and then I started running. Before I knew it, every dog there was running after me, seven dogs chasing me! It was so exciting, it's not a very good photog, but that's my tail in the front, Sophie, my girlfriend behind me, then the other dogs chasing me. People were screaming "Watch OUT!" Who was supposed to watch out, them, me, the other dogs? Who knows, heck, who cares, I was running! When a dog would get too close, I would dodge, or spin around and go under their legs. I leaped, I dodged, I turned so quickly that every other dog spun out on the dirt, WHOO HOOOOOO. Then people started laughing, "Look at him go (me!), they were shouting. "Did you see how he sped by my dog?", oh yeah, no one could catch me. Wait, I started to get tired, ummmm, now what I was thinking. I know, my lady will rescue me, so under her chair I went. Then she was surrounded by six big dogs, I mean one of them was a Burmese Mountain Dog, and he was a mountain of 125 pounds, but she didn't panic, well, maybe a little. Then everyone else's people came and grabbed their dogs. That was fun.
After I rested for a little while, I decided it was time to court Sophie. I tried to immediately "get on top" (nice way to say h*&^%@) , but she would have none of it, so I tried to charm her by kindly sniffing her hindquarters, nope that didn't work either. Okay, you asked for it Sophie, we went at it, wrestling and nipping and rolling all over the ground. My, I know she's sweet on me. Then when she was all worn out I decided it was time to get back on top, but bummer of all bummers, her lady picked Sophie up and said "time to go." Sheesh, can't a guy have a little action around here? Maybe next time.
Now it's raining and we can't go to the dog park today, too bad, maybe this weekend!