A Friend for All Seasons

When the weather’s nice and the sun’s shining, finding four-legged friends at the park or beach is easy. But come colder and grayer days, our favorite spots to romp are often empty. I can’t even count how many times this past winter I took Eko to the park, only for him to sniff around the barren ground, bored out of his mind.7.1

The once packed beached has already emptied out

But starting this year all that’s changed. No matter the day and no matter the weather, Eko will always have a four-legged friend to play with.


“You rang?”

It’s nice to know the days of boring trips to deserted parks are behind us.


And the days of sibling-attacks are here to stay

I’m happy the dogs have each other to look out for.


And have each other to use as actual lookouts

Even trips to the beach with just my two dogs and no one else can be an epic adventure.


Complete with epic battles


Sure, Penny’s a bit of a loudmouth, but I know Eko is glad to have her around

Eko’s always been an all-weather friend for me so I’m so glad that he now has an all-weather friend of his own. No matter what this fall/winter throw at us, there’s no doubt we’re going to have a lot of fun together!


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