|Golden Gate Bridge, with ship underneath|
Turned out to be a beautiful day down at Point Isabel. Sun was out, and not cold at all. Although I did have my jacket with me. My arms seem's to get cold real bad, so I just like to have something with long sleeves.
I know the coloring in this beautiful dog may not show up well, but he was a very good looking dog. He fit right in with the rest, looking for treats!
Our gang always take over this picnic table. If you squint and look closely, you can see the Bay Bridge straight down. Beautiful blue skies, what more can I say?
|Zak on the far left, Baree, and Scout|
Lots of people and dogs at the park today. My camera still isn't working, so I "borrowed" my son's camera. Same as mine, but a tad bit older, but at least it works!
|Baree in back, Dannii looking down|
|Zak found something down that hole!|
I do believe that this if the first decent picture that I have gotten of Jenna! Course Dannii is not paying attention to anyone, and neither is Zak, but look who's looking at me! Jenna, of course! I think that's a good picture of her.
Naturally now nobody is paying attention. That is par for the course. Dannii doesn't look happy, Zak is indifferent, and who knows what Jenna is looking at?
I gave Dannii a mixture of 1 teaspoon of flaxseed oil and 1 tablespoon of cottage cheese and mixed together. He got breakfast of his kibble an hour after that. Then we left for the park. That may be why Dannii is not looking too happy.
When we got home, I gave him another mix of the flaxseed oil and cottage cheese. He had 2 small chicken breasts with some broccoli and cauliflower and parsely. I was truly surprised that he ate it all up! He's not one for veggies. I bought the broccoli fresh, and then steamed it, the cauliflower was frozen, and yes, I cooked it, instead of letting it thaw out. Next time, I will buy frozen, and let them thaw, but I may still have to steam them as I tried to give Dannii some fresh broccoli, and he wouldn't even touch it! Steamed, he ate it up!
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