Taos, New Mexico is Dog friendly!
I have a really rather fabulous pound-hound named Daisy. She is mostly golden retriever and the rest is a whole lot of love. We live in an in-town neighborhood on a dead end street in Taos, New Mexico.
Each morning when the weather permits, I take Ms. Daisy on a mile stroll around our neighborhood. We visit with the two dogs across the street- a Bassett Hound and a Chihuahua, who live inside a fence. Next door also reside two dogs. They all like to sniff and bark greetings.
We cruise up to the dead end and cross over a small bridge, where we meet up with Red Dog . (Her real name is Maggie, but I didn't know that when we met her.) She likes to come with us on our morning cruise. She also likes to meet me when I return from work each evening in case I happen to happen to have a little morsel of something to eat.
We walk up to a development which was the old hospital in Taos and now is offices. There we normally encounter some prairie dogs and one unfortunate cat who still has not figured out that if she runs, Red Dog and Daisy will tree her. They will also stay in rapt attention at the tree base until I drag them away.
We all three do our laps around the old hospital complex and then head home. By this time, we have several other doggy friends in tow. They all know that if they come to my house that they will be given the ever divine Dog bone (large) biscuits.
I must say that I am well trained and also obedient. Daisy thinks I am the perfect owner-person. My neighbors are also getting trained. Red Dog and Daisy have the neighborhood houses marked for the human friends who will give them pets and better yet. Treats!
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