Senior Supervision – A Critical Part Of Herd Life

Our seniors may not go with us on every walk, but that senior supervision is still a critical part of life inside the Herd.

Look at that disorganized mess going for a walk.

Look at that disorganized mess going for a walk.

As we mentioned the other day, our seniors – Kiska and Qannik – do not go on every walk with us. They think some of our walks are too long and/or too strenuous. But don’t think we are lost without them, because they are always watching and providing critiques. As these photos prove, Kiska and Qannik are always monitoring our activity.

Come on, Hu-Dad, get it together. The senior supervision squad insists on some order!

Come on, Hu-Dad, get it together. The senior supervision squad insists on some order!

3 Comments

  1. Dennis the Vizsla on April 29, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    hello thundering herd its dennis the vizsla dog hay that is a kuple of tuff and fuzzy drill sargents yoo hav got their keeping yoo all in line!!! ok bye

  2. Lori on April 26, 2018 at 8:40 am

    Good job Qannik and Kiska! Somepup has to straighten out those younguns!

  3. Hokiepack on April 26, 2018 at 7:13 am

    Love this picture…go seniors keep Hu-Dad straight!

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