Josie and Boudreaux say:
Yesterday we had the particular pleasure of having The DogBlogger and RevPalDogs Cub and Angus come to Denton to meet us and our mom! We went together to the Dog Days of Denton Festival, possibly the funniest and funnest thing we have in this funny, fun town. Definitely OUR favorite thing! There is water at all the booths, dog treats, dog clothes and hats (we don't like those...)
I (Josie) wore my tiny bandana that says, "Hi, My Name is NO NO BAD DOG!" Boudreaux went commando. Cub and Angus wore beautiful bandanas. They are BIG DOGS. I thought it would be great if I tried to eat Cub. Mom didn't think so. She wouldn't let me even bark at them (when she could stop me, heh heh heh).
Many of the "events" are in the morning...like the dog parade, and the SpokesDog contest, and Pet Tricks, and Dog Singing Contest. So we didn't see those. But we got to see MANY people and MANY MANY Dogs. Dogs are what is important in this festival, don't you get it!?
Chihuahuas! Lhasas! Great Danes! Rottweilers, Goldens, Cockers, Jack Russells, Heelers, Pekes, Mutts!
Mom and Amy ate fair food and talked and got hot and walked around. We let all the people look at us, and we let some of the dogs smell us. (You know what I mean.) Mostly we stood very close together!!! We are small, but together we are 13 pounds of very fierce canine! That look like mops.
We saw rescue groups for everything from Pugs to Great Pyrenees. There is a Great Pyrenees named Shariff who has broken front legs! He has enormous casts on them! (his legs are enormous too, and hey, so is he!) His rescue friend people have spent over $7,000 so far to help him. The lady asked us if we would like to contribute to the costs, and told us we could also do that on their website. She also asked us to tell all our friends. I bet she didn't think Mom would do it!
For a complicated reason, Mom says she can't download the pix of US, DogBlogger, Cub and Angus until this afternoon. But I will snargle her until she does, and then you can see us having fun together!