The Puppyhurst Doggo News – How the Doggos Wag
Yesterday, our roving rover reporter, Ceiba Bunny, spent some quality time with two local doggos, Leon, age 6 or 7, and his buddy Shaka, age 13, as they were walking their human on one of their multiple daily walks. Leon, a Mixed-Breed Floof, and Shaka, a White Shepherd and Chow mix, rescued their humans and have been in Puppyhurst ever since. Shaka, had an interesting history before she adopted her humans, having lived in the wild where she hunted to survive. But she decided that living indoors was good, too. Both pups are something of gourmands.
“A big old cow bone is the top of the tops,” woofed Leon. “But Shaka likes to eat nuts,” he laughed. “Possibly because she ate so many squirrels in the wild.”
“Mmmm, squirrels,” Shaka woofled.
But now it’s all “beer and skittles”. (Minus the beer.)