Sunday, August 12, 2012
We don't do many field trips with the pugs, mostly because Dixie isn't a stellar passenger in the car. But it has been a long, hot summer, and with a few days of cooler weather to work with we decided we'd get them out of the house for a bit.
So we headed into Lexington and made a few dog-centered stops. Here are a few photos from our energy-filled day!
Dixie says, "Field trip!" Time to get crazy!
Our first stop was a classic. Time to refill the food bin.
It only took strolling down two aisles before Dixie was ready to call it quits. She would much rather sit and people watch.
The pugs are ProPlan girls, but that didn't stop Dixie from checking out the other options.
A big reason for our trip was so we could check out the Bluegrass Barkery. We see it all the time, but have yet to make a stop.
Again, we no more than got into the store and Dixie decided she needed another rest.
They had a great selection of dog bones.
And I'm certain they have the most unique flavors around. A mint julep flavored dog bone? Only in Kentucky.
Macy sat patiently as we scooped out a few treats for the road.
Our next stop included frozen yogurt. We had the pugs in mind while making our selections.
They prefer peanut butter yogurt.
A stop for gas on the way home, and a classic symbol that pugs have been in your car. Window spray!
Finally home, and time for some R & R, or S & S (snoozing and snoring).
Posted by Lori at 2:50 PM