Patronus had his first ever swimming lesson over Memorial Day weekend. The weather was hot and sunny, and the air was muggy, which was the perfect recipe for coaxing a big, fluffy dog into a nice cold pool. Continue reading “Teaching Our Great Pyrenees to Swim”
Last weekend, while Luke was busy doing some boring adult stuff, Patronus and I had the chance to explore a paved trail with my brother. Brandon and I have both been there countless times to walk, bike, and run, but this was Patronus’ first time. Continue reading “Spring Training with Patronus”
Patronus gets to go a lot of places with us. In the time since we adopted him, he has been on walks and hikes, on many car rides, to parties, in pet stores, and even on trips to the taco truck. He’s a pretty unusual breed of dog, so we’ve gotten used to random people approaching us to ask all kinds of questions about him. We definitely enjoy taking him everywhere with us and are happy to answer questions that people may have about him. It only starts to get weird when instead of questions, we get awkward comments. Without further ado, here are the top things we hear about our dog from random people on a regular basis. Continue reading “Weird Things People Say About Our Great Pyrenees”
Last weekend we got nailed with a snowstorm that brought over 9 inches of snow.
What did Matt and I decide to do that day? Take our dogs on an adventure, of course! Continue reading “Snowpocalypse 2018”
I’m not going to lie, I always get a little stir-crazy in the winter.
Since it’s usually cold during the winter where we live, and there’s not a whole lot going on, it can be tempting to lay around the house all day snuggled up with one of the cats, munching on snacks. Doing stuff like that feels really awesome to me, until I read a book, watch a movie, or see a photo where other people are outside going on fun adventures. When I stumble across something like that, I want to have an adventure too! Continue reading “Cabin Fever”