Eko can romp with the best of them in the winter. He loves bounding through the snow, and with his jacket and boots on, Eko is happy to play his head off. While winter is great, Eko’s one true love is summer. He can ditch the jacket and boots and participate in his favorite activity – sunbathing. After a long, gray winter, the sun is back and Eko couldn’t be happier.
The sun first enters my apartment through the side window, and Eko is always there to greet it with his nose raised
Eko is a reliable sun dial. He follows the path of the sun throughout the day and in the late afternoon moves to the front window to catch the last light of the day
The past few days here in Chicago have been hot and sunny with some humidity. The dog park, normally a lively urban jungle, has been quieted by the sudden heat wave. For dogs and human alike, it seems that the name of the game is “hide in the shade.”
Too hot for this little guy
While the rest of us sought shelter from the sun, Eko carefully picked out the biggest patch of sunlight he could find and then happily flopped down to sunbathe on the hot asphalt.
I swear Eko must be part reptile. No matter how hot it is, he loves laying in the sun
At this point, I have to conclude that Eko is a solar panel. I guess that’s where he gets all his energy from! Now I just need scientists to figure out away to get that energy to run my car. Get on that one for me, science.
Anyone else have a solar powered pet?