When I meet new people, whether in a business setting or just friends of friends (or the multitudes of randoms i start conversations with), I am always genuinely surprised by a recurring question that comes up.
After the initial pleasantries of “wow, that sounds like a dream job” or “it must be so lovely to be in nature so much”, the questions turn negative.
“After 10 years are you not bored of walking dogs?”.
No matter how many times I’ve been asked this question ,it always takes me aback slightly.
So with zero hesitation I fix them in the eyes and simply respond “no”. Short, sharp and simple. There is not much more to say.
If I could think of another activity I would rather be doing Monday to Friday, I would be doing just that.
Running a small business is time consuming and all encompassing, but it has so many benefits.
Dog walking is not only my escape to adventure but also my creative outlet (hence the dog blog you are reading). Group compatibility allows me to further understand dog psychology and learn each day.
From a human contact perspective I spend a lot of my walking day alone. And this in turn gives me the opportunity to know myself better.
There is no will or time to allow boredom to creep in. And that is what makes each day exciting.
Doggies: Jello, Quila, Ibsen, Oscar and Lexi
Doggies: Isak, Samus and Wilma
Doggies: Stella, Kira, Mira and Saga
Doggies: Zappa, Fant, Wilma, Memphis and Ville
Doggies: Haraka, Ferd, Deano, Milli and Lucy
Doggies: Mari, Nola, Tex, Twist and Hedda
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Karianne, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt