Lots of people are asking were is the dog as most people see me out and about with him and even people I dont know have been stopping me and asking specially people in the Queens Park. Thank you to all those who have expressed their sadness including Peter, Keith, Brenda and the Asda team, Karen, Maureen, Elaine Wendy Dawson (from Bentley) and other fans of Max it was only spoilt by a certain women hurling abuse at me on the phone in the time of sadness
Its been a sad week week this week as many of you know Max above has visited the Queens Park every day for the last few years. Many people loved him as he was so peaceful. We have had him over 8 years he was a recue dog with seven homes before us. He suffered with a rare eye complaint which meant most of his life he was going blind till in the end his vision was very small. He loved the park and often lay there while ducks pecked bread of him. This week we had to say good bye as he was in pain from his neck ,not eating, sad. He had a good life with 10 mile a day walks and he was a good dog you could leave chocolate on the low table and he wouldnt touch it. He is sadly missed.
We have now got a Alaskan Malamute puppy Jax above he is only 9 weeks old and when full grown will be 130 lbs plus and be able to pull several tons on a sledge and will look like the dog below. Jax has his own blog as people want to know how you raise these dogs. Once he has had his injection and big enough he will be seen around the park like Max