Sami and Halle got a taste for what it's like to be city dogs this weekend!
Our kennel had an outbreak of kennel cough
and we didn't want to risk getting them sick,
so we took them with us to Rochester to visit Annie.
This is the lobby of her apartment building.
They experienced their first elevator ride on their way to Annie's 6th floor apartment.
Annie was extremely happy to see them!
Taking them outside to pee was very different than anything they've ever known.
There were so many things to smell and Sami smelled them all.
We stopped at every tree, pole, and fire hydrant!
Luckily there was a nearby church will some grass for Halle to use.
After an exciting evening getting petted by more students than I could count
on the street outside the school, they were tired out
and settled nicely on their dog beds for the night.
Bright and early the next morning, I took them for their morning walk.
Evidently, the students eat lots of pizza after their time in the bars.
Halle may have enjoyed a few bites here and there.
We also came upon a sandal.
A very large giraffe.
And very large houses.
And a Boy Scout troop selling Christmas trees!
It was very nice to have a garbage can nearby after Sami took his morning poop!
In front of the science museum was a large reflective ball
which invited us take a few selfies.
When we got back from our walk, we woke up Annie!
It was a short visit, but I believe they had a lot of fun.
They never made a peep during the 5 hour drive back to Connecticut.
Back home to the regular old routine.