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Night Moves

It’s no secret Montrose Dog Beach is our favorite spot in Chicago. But at our old apartment it was a bit of an operation to get to the beach. I’d have to block out time for travel, try to avoid traffic and cross my fingers I could find parking when we got home.

But now that we live within walking distance of the beach?Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

We can hop over anytime!

Since we moved we’ve had the opportunity to visit our favorite place at a new time – sunset. It’s been fun to see the beach in a new light.

Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

There’s a whole new crowd of pups for Penny to romp with

Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

And a whole new crowd of people for Eko to butter-up

Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

Sunset dips in the lake are the perfect way for my she-wolf to cool off after a hot day

Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

And I’ve noticed Eko has an extra pep in his step with the cooler night-time temperatures

Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

Best of all is Emily can now come to the beach with us more often

Montrose dog beach, chicago, rhodesian ridgeback, marking our territory, puppy

The sun sets, Eko soars and we head home

More friends, more beach time, more Emily – I think the pups and I are going to settle into this new routine just fine!

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36 Comments

Will, that is so cool that there is a doggie beach. I haven’t found one here in MA, but Annapolis, MD had one. Time to start searching for a beach where dogs can go to and have fun with us.

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