What a wonderful place!xx
Wooo! nice dream, I think I will go to Narnia too, nap time!-Kira The BeaWootiful
HaHa. What a funny dream.Narnia looks beautiful, we want to go there in our dreams.Love Ruby & Penny
Ok...that's it! We are going to have to visit this country! BE-U-TI-FUL!
We love waterfalls - well Momma does, we haven't seen one in real life. But we agree with her that you live in a beautiful area.
I wish I had dreams like that. Not the hyena/squirrel part, but the landscape part. Can I come live in your head? xo SB
Beautiful pictures - it looks as nice as Scotland!Yes we have seen ourselves at the wedding - what can we say!!! Great dresses for Bailey to roll around in!love and kissesMartha & Bailey xxx
Hi Guiness, that was a pawsome dream! Sigh - you guys really do visit some spectacular places - even in the land of nod, he he! Thanks for visiting our latest post. Our humans sort of knew the park was there but they've told us that they've only really started enjoying and experiencing things like this fully since we've joined the family. They never even went walking there before we came along - hey, humans aren't humans weird sometimes?!Oh - btw, our female human is going to get that photo this week of all the families setting up 'home' outside their beach huts, if you remember we posted a picture of rows and rows of beach huts earlier in the year. Well, now that the weather is nice we'd like to show you just HOW weird humans really can be over here....he he he!Tail wags - JD and Max.
What a beautiful dream you had about Narnia! We think you are a magical puppy☺
The only thing that was missing was the popcorn!Wiggles,Brind'Amour
That was such a lovely story to go along with the pictures! And what a beautiful forest!
Oooooh! It's all so MAGICAL-looking!!!I especially like that second shot!Love,Ammy
OH NO - - not a dream! It seemed so real. We loved the story and the pictures were fantastic. Wish we could go there.Wags and wigglesErnie & Sasha
Wow! We loved those photos of Narnia!! Wish we could visit!lots of woofsClive
Oh what a magical post! Although I have to say - that picture of the black, wolf-life creature really scared me! Whew! Thank goodness you turned back into lovely old you again, Guiness!Hey - did you know that the Narnia movie was actually filmed here in NZ? First we were Middle Earth, now we're Narnia! Hee! Hee! By the way, yes, you can start click training anytime. I only started when I was about 2yrs old (although I had done other types of more traditional training) and zoo keepers start it with wild animals who aren't even domesticated! That is the beauty of it - it uses a form of communication that animals find very easy to understand and is non-threatening/no force or coercion - so animals are working and offering behaviours voluntarily and happily. Do give it a go and see what you think! If nothing else, it's nice for us doggies to work our brains a little sometimes - we really enjoy it! :-)Slobbers,Honey the Great Dane
I wouldn't be surprised to see an elf or two pop around a tree in your pictures. Wonderful views!Kisses,Stella
OMD we want to go there with you!!That water looks like a lot of fun to play in.That sure is a magical place that you have. Enjoy it!Chasing my tale...Addie, Lucie, and Hailey
That is the best dream I have ever seen!Kisses and hugsLorenza
What a great dream, sure it wasn't real?
Cool post!!Diego Dog
looks like you had quite an adventurewoodrow sweetie mj
WOW....I want to go to Narnia! I am so jealous! :) It is beautiful. Glad you aren't a Hyena anymore. ;)Kisses,Nala
I am not going there, na ah, never. You scared me. What if you had stayed a hyena or (gasp) a squirrel?Slobbers,Mango