Meet Aspiring Model Betty At River Dogs In Tadcaster
Hello Everyone, and welcome to this River Dog’s Blog with me, Betty. Now I know what you’re thinking; how did such a good looking girl like me get into blog writing. Well, when I’m not having my picture taken by the adoring fans/staff here at River Dogs in Tadcaster, I like to put my ‘paws to paper’ as it were and jot down a few things that have happened to me during the day.
Betty’s Glamorous Day At River Dogs In Tadcaster
I stepped out to take in the sun this morning when I first arrived at River Dogs in Tadcaster (my claws look great in this weather) and then relaxed for a while whilst the other clients came in and started their day. The play area at the back of the building is safe and secure, and there’s even a little wendy house that I can go in to cool off, or when I need a little bit of time away from my fans. I signed a few autographs for the tall man who brings me a bowl of water, and then the adoring public began to take snaps of me. You might think that all of this attention could get a little boring, but you’d be ‘barking up the wrong tree’. (I’m also a budding comedian; look out for my stand up nights this Autumn.)
Is it easy being the face of River Dogs in Tadcaster? Absolutely, and I’m thoroughly enjoying my time as a professional writer for the team. This close up of me at my computer is very sophisticated, don’t you think? Anyway, I’m here to write about River Dogs and not my appearance
(though that would be more interesting, right?).
We had a group activity towards the end of the day. One of the other dogs was running around with a ball in his mouth and we all had to try and catch him. I barked lovingly at the man in shorts with the whistle and he brought it over for me to have a go; I can only assume that he’s heard of my writing work and was hoping that I’d give him a signed picture. I didn’t have one on me at the time, but I wagged my tail a little bit which seemed to do the trick.
One of the best parts of River Dogs in Tadcaster is the comfortable seating areas, and the soft furnishings of course. I’ve made friends with a girl called Paige who is filling in for Lucy whilst she is on holiday, and we got on like a house on fire. Here we are having a good laugh together whilst she strokes my tummy; I’m sending her a fruit hamper and a copy of my new book when I get home.
So to wrap up my highly informative blog post about my day here at River Dogs in Tadcaster, I’d like to say that I’ve had a very relaxing and calm day. You’d think that someone like me would be scared for my safety in public places, what with all of the fans trying to stroke me and asking to take me out to dinner, but River Dogs is one of the safest and most secure environments that I’ve ever had the pleasure of spending time in. I’ve made lots of new friends whilst being here and even had a little bit of love interest, but I’ll leave that for the next blog post.
Right that’sts me done. My agents/parents said they’d give me some treats if I sat and watched the rest of the match with them. Toodles, and come on England!
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