One of our stops on Laynie’s “Farewell Tour” this weekend was Ferry Beach in Scarborough. We weren’t sure if Laynie had ever been to the beach since she spent most of her short life in a crate in Northern Maine. We discovered almost immediately after we got Nola that she was a beach pup, and we knew Laynie loved the water, so we wanted to see how she would like the sandy paradise.
To say she liked it would be an understatement. She loved chasing Nola through the water, chasing her ball, and playing with all the friendly pups we met along the way. She REALLY loved chasing the seagulls, and we let her since there was really no where for her to run off to.
She ran and played so much that she was covered in sand and tired as heck when we got to the car.
We’re glad we could enjoy another adventure with the little monkey and experience one more moment of pure joy (and slobber) her face.
Oh I WISH we had somewhere like this to take the dogs in Nashville! I swear Oscar is part fish.
I love the photo of Laynie with the sand all over her precious mug. Looks like you’re pulling out all of the stops for her Farewell Tour!
Love the pictures. That’s what Pepper looks like when it snows. Pure joy.
Love it! Dogs on the beach is only second to “dogs in the woods” for me…they are so funny. So glad you captured your experience like this!
The photo’s with their footprints in the sand are my favorites! Love that you had this day with them!
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