‘Cause every time I bathe her, the hind parts keep getting grayer and grayer. It can’t possibly be because she is aging. Nope. Not getting older. Ain’t tryin’ to hear that.
She has the best judge’y face, though. Reminds me of the Geico commercial…
“Ew. Seriously? So gross.”
We went lure coursing this weekend. I decided to try running Kate by herself. When we first started, she wouldn’t run alone. Would go about a third of the way around and decide she was too far away and come back. No issues running with Bella, though. The last 3 or so times we have been I could see that she was more on the lure than just running with Bella. She struggled with whether to leave Bella in the dust and go after the plastic or stay with her sister. She usually stayed.
She did great on her own! She was actually more into in it.
Sans Bella, Kate ran 28 mph!
I’m old lady fast!
Now, when I'm driving and I hit 28 I look out the window and think that's it's weird that Kate could be *right there* right now.
Apparently, all these years Bella has not been the supportive sister, the rock, the teacher.
She has been holding her back. Enabling her. A ball and chain, if you will.
It's OK, Bell, you're still the best brown dog.