Dog Walking Bryanston Joburg
Dulux and Belle are always so enthusiastic about their walks! As soon as they see their walkers, they know they’re in for a treat. They jumped up and down a lot this morning, and just wanted to get going! When we finally got on our way, the two were very happy to just play with each other, even while walking. They appear to be very good at multi-tasking! They did manage to calm down a bit, and had a really nice walk with their buddies, Ozzy and Roxy. We walked past some lovely blossoming flowers, and the pups stopped to take a sniff around. We didn’t meet anyone new today, but still got smiles from people in their cars, driving past. It was a wonderful walk as always with these gorgeous dogs.
Did You Know?
Did you know where the Alaskan malamute breed got its name? The breed took its name from a native Innuit tribe, the Mahlemuts. They were among the earliest settlers along the shores of the Kotzebue Sound in upper-western Alaska. The breed is also known as one of the oldest Arctic sled dogs. Some people even consider this native Alaskan Arctic breed the oldest sled dog in the world. The Alaskan Malamute is a cousin of the Russian Samoyed, Labrador, and the Siberian Husky. It is not only one of the oldest Arctic sled dogs but also one of the most popular sled dogs.
Source: Terrific Pets