It’s time like this lockdown that really make me grateful for living where I do. On my doorstep is a vast green belt zone, just full of trees and absent of people, with plenty of natural paths. Taking Luna on her long walks for my daily exercise makes it easy to forget the situation we find ourselves in. Once normality returns, I hope the one thing you take away from this is that there’s benefit to a bit of isolation; though maybe not to the extent I enjoy it. #gsdofinstagram#gsdcross#gsdcrosscollie#derpydog#inthewoods#northumberland#northumberlandnature
Marshall’s one lucky boy still getting to see some of his friends during lockdown.
The only reason he is, is because some of the dogs I walk are owned by key workers and live in my neighbourhood.
I use my one form of daily exercise walking these dogs with Marshall.
These 2 beautiful girls are my nhs dogs, both their mum’s are nurses and are working extremely hard right now.
I own a small business that relies on people to be at work or on holiday to need my services.
Not only are key workers essential for our health and safety, but they are also keeping small businesses like mine afloat during this horrible pandemic.
And to all that I applaud you, not just at 8pm on a Thursday... EVERY DAMN DAY 👏
Neo was not a happy boy today. He’s come so far with his separation anxiety recently, to the point that it’s been manageable for him and us, but he took a huge step back today. He’s so attached to Harry and that meant that when Harry did pop out, he totally lost the plot and wound himself up to the point of being sick. Poor baby! We’re making plans to ensure he’s more settled next time someone leaves.