It's fun being a pup that is taken everywhere in the car
Skabenga has learned to stretch out and enjoy the feeling of the grass under his tummy
I'd taken a container of pellets, a water bottle and a dish for Skabenga. At 11.30 he was starving and devoured the small amount of food that I had brought along. We realized that the pup has grown substantially in the three weeks since we got him and needs more nutritionally balanced food. We decided to pop over to the vet just down the road from the dentist's surgery. There we bought a packet of specialized puppy food and of course, a rope toy for Skabenga to chew on!
Skabenga with his new rope toy - he didn't seem to notice that it's pink!
And of course, I took photos of fences from the garden
A few years back a friend of mine lived in this house. I wonder if she still lives here...
Rina subsequently came out of the surgery having been fitted with a perfect pair of dentures. She had her original dentures in a special holder the dentist had given her. These will serve as spares...
Driving out of town, I continued to snap the fences and properties behind them
The house behind this palisade used to be a guest house. My hairdresser for twenty years, had a salon day here once a week. The proprietors have since moved upcountry; my hairdresser now lives in the Karoo, always en route our biking tour. We stop over there and I have my hair done before we spend the night with them
The double-story house behind this fence and brick wall caught my eye
I snapped this fence with the leafless trees behind it
This interesting fence enclosed a property filled with trees, including the conifer in the foreground
The Free State winter scene looks warm in the sunshine
Back home the most spoiled pup in the world, passes out on his donut, surrounded by his favorite toys
Already displaying a healthy set of teeth!
I'm linking to Good Fences Thursday, here