So at the tail end of the shore trip, things were getting really busy and crazy & as I’ve explained to you before, the internet at the shore house is ridonkulous, so I had a little blogging hiatus
Also, you know that we are selling our house and it seems to be for real this time (keep praying!!) and our closing date is August 20th! Did you catch that? AUGUST. TWENTIETH. As in, oh my gosh, what was I doing frolicking at the shore when I am moving in less than a month, August 20th! So I’m trying to get focused and get back to the grind.
But Holiday Roads was a blast–Buddie loves going to the beach & I had so much fun having a blog project centered around him for once! One of these days I need to go into Buddie’s story a little bit (If you’re in the tri-state area and have a soft spot for Dalmatians, check out Willing Hearts Dalmatian Rescue, they are a great group), but I hope you enjoyed meeting him a bit through the videos and pictures.
YES, I did finally figure out how to get the harness on him correctly, and it did only take a few minutes. But I do find that if he’s behaving particularly hyper, which he usually is, he can manage to wriggle the harness down too low (like in the first video). He is still contained and not jumping in the front seat, which is a big plus, but that is my only downside to the Bergan harness as far as Buddie goes.
Giving out the harnesses was a blast, if you missed my earlier post, check out some of the cuties I gave harnesses to when we were at the beach. Here’s another one I gave out, this is Teddy:
So I hope you had fun following my first time using a travel harness on Buddie, following my tweets and pictures along the way, and checking out the Holiday Roads site. If you’re going on your own road trip this summer, it’s not too late to add your story to the Holiday Roads page. Happy trails!
Disclsoure: I am being compensated for my participation in this project through Collective Bias. The giveaway items mentioned in this post were sampled to me. All opinions are mine.