BUT... On December 5th, 2010 I was i my first Christmas parade and and and... it was to help get the word out for the Mid Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League (MAGDRL) here in Virginia. There were a total of 8 Great Danes that came and of course... I was the SMALLEST..
There were a couple more youngster pups but ill get to them in a second!
Mommy was super nervous that I was going to be absolutly horrible because I am so skiddish sometimes and I dont like kids.. (I run and hide if I see them).. Well once I saw all the other Great Danes letting those scared looking tiny people touch them I thought "What the Heck.. It cant be that bad, Right?" It was like I was a seasoned pro at letting kids touch me, although mommy didnt let any of the children touch me during the parade because about 50 hands came at us at a time. After the parade is when I got to socialize with these tiny people. They weren't as bad as I thought!
|In The Car waiting!|
|Harmony (7 Months Fawn)|
Harmony was super skiddish but look at her sporting that hat like a pro! Everyone thought she was super adorable, could you possibly be human if they didnt?
|Nova- 6 Months|
So you see the collor mommy made me wear? This parade was a last minute thing so we just got the cutest one they had at pets mart.. But mommy will know for next year I need to be prepared with cuter looking collars for Christmas!
This is Leah. Leah is a 3 year old Harliquin female who was rescued by her wonderful new parents. She was hit by a car and had surgery. She has also had puppies so she had to get fixed right after he leg was operated on. She has been through a whole lot and now enjoying her forever home with her brother dane Loki.
|Loki: 4 Year old Mis|
This is Loki, Leahs Sister. Loki is a very large (compared to me) mis marked Merle Dane. He is supppperrrrr sweet. leah and Loki are the two danes that live in the next building over from me where we live. Thir mommy works for a pet resort so they get to play a lot and do lots of fun events.
Loki is one of those normal dogs that is not good with leash greetings and great off leash playing in the park. His parents are super smart about doggie personalities and knows that this is a common and okay thing. (Read Honeys Blog to get the full understanding of the on leash greetings). I absolutly love talking to Leah and Loki's parents becasue we have a lot of the same views.