Human-pup comes to stay

Last week we had a visit from a little human-pup called Elyse and her humans.

Elyse is 6 years old and came over with her humans from Yorkshire in England to enjoy a few days holiday here in the South of France.

Elyse calls me ‘Zowhlllah’ in her sweet Yorkshire accent.

Elyse loves the beach and got up for super early morning playtimes and sunrises with me.

Elyse at sunrise on the beach…

Me at sunrise on the beach…

I could see my friends arriving whilst the humans were talking.

My human can be such a chatterbox!

Whilst I had a run about with some pals…

Elyse practised her climbing skills…

She watched me digging for treasure..

…and thought she would try it out too!

Satisfied and all worn out after playing, it was time for a nice bowl of cold water.

…and of course some other goodies!

It was great to meet Elyse and her family.  They were all very kind and friendly to me 🙂

Bye byes at the airport:

About bigdogzola

Hello - I'm Zola! I'm a Rhodesian Ridgeback Girl with my own Dog Blog! For the first three years of my life, I lived on the French Riviera. Now I have moved and am enjoying the lush green forests and country life in England. Welcome to a big dog's life!
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2 Responses to Human-pup comes to stay

  1. Lucille says:

    Wow, how lucky of you to have such a beautiful, sweet human pup as a friend!!!
    It must have been really nice playing with her!
    Say hi to Elyse from me!
    Ciao Lucille

  2. Hannah Lines says:

    Looks like Zola and Elyse had lots of fun together! Thanks for sharing your adventures!
    Hannah x

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