Photos part 2, camera set:
The corgis present were Charlie and Louie (older tri-colors), Connor (the lighter sable), Baxter (the red with big ears), and Edith (the only female of the group almost 4 month old tri-color), and Pancake of course!
It was great to see him interact with others of his own breed as well as to see what it was like to be an older corgi. You can tell that the older the get the more laid back they are and less running around they do. Pancake also didnt discriminate against being around other dogs at the park, playing with everyone from the larger labs to the fluffy pomeranian.
It was also great to just be outside and enjoy the autumn weather. This time of the year is my personal favorite so I can see ourselves spending as many days as possible at the dog park. I couldnt help but see other dogs running around and observe their owners interactions with their dogs and people. One person let their dog run around and mount up on other peoples dogs (inlcuding Pancake…dont learn that trick Pancake!) which was a little annoying. I guess you try to raise your fur kid to the best of your ability, and while you dont have much control over how they act in public, you definitely can control how you react and respond. Life lessons and reminders at the dog park!
What a great day!