The campaign organisers for Electrical Safety First have asked Rufus and I to warn people about the risk of fire posed by unattended electrical chargers.
Keeping Rufus and I well fed is one of the main challenges facing our human parents on a daily basis, especially when we are out for a long walk and miles away from our normal food supplies of cans, kibble or just a piece of veg.
Escaping from the house leaving Rufus to face the clippers and training my human dad and I went in search of autumn colours along the banks of the River Eden in Carlisle.
Being so close to the ground we notice things the humans often miss. This was the case a few days ago when we spotted this Environment Agency benchmark stud in Carlisle.
Hidden at the bottom of a box of assorted oddments passed through our dads family we have come across a small metal badge with the words ‘Hartlepools United Supporters’ painted on it and are keen to know more about it’s history.
Mum met a lady a few weeks ago who had two dogs wearing Cosy Dogs fleece harnesses and was impressed by the quality and fit.
Autumn has certainly arrived in Cumbria with the cold morning air and the golden coloured trees.
A few weeks ago we mentioned that the rail bridge over the River Eden in Carlisle was having a bit of work done to it so we thought we would take a look to see how it is getting on.
Mum and dad decided it was time for us to have a doggy holiday and as this was rufus’ first, a weekend away seemed appropriate.
Diggers, workmen in bright orange boiler suits and the sounds of heavy machinery faced us yesterday as we walked along the side of the River Eden in Carlisle.