Quite often when people find out how I’m a dog walker they ask me how I put the groups together.
They assume that all of the young energetic dogs go together in one group, and all the older dogs are combined.
This is to some extent true and yet untrue.
Older and calmer dogs play a vital role in teaching younger dogs how to behave in social circles.
Much like children, the young dogs will look up to and copy the elder members of the pack.
Dogs, just like humans, want to fit in and be accepted.
We currently have dogs ranging from nine months old to 15 years old on our adventures.
Whilst it is true that some of the eldest will take a little bit more time climbing a hill, the younger pups are able to play and chase each other up and down the slope, ensuring every level of dog energy is maximized and satisfied, combined with the mental stimuli of socializing and pack dynamics.
Doggies: Bamse, Poppy, Leopold and Lexi
Doggies: Aya, Haraka, My, Baileys and Lucy
Doggies: Sara, Ilex, Wilma, Samus and Penny
Doggies: Jello, Zoe, Fridtjof, Deano, Cessa and Nansen (2 walkers)
Doggies: Lucy and Simba
Doggies: Lottie, Biscuit, Lucy, Hedda and Leesi
Doggies: Klara, Memphis, Ville and Lucille
Doggies: Ben, Saga, Mari, Nola, Ferd, Tex and Sid (2 walkers)
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Linn, Veronica, Alex, Christian and Matt