Thursday, October 28, 2021


From Racing to Dancing

He was still going around me energetically in the pen when the vet said she’d seen enough, and I wondered to myself, "how am I going to catch him?" I stepped slightly in front of him and asked him to stop. To my surprise, he slowed right down and turned toward me, like "Ok, what are we doing next?"

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