New dogs Wilfred and Chilli go walking with Ruffles in Finlaystone

New dogs Wilfred and Chilli go walking with Ruffles in Finlaystone

Dog walking in the Finlaystone country estate.

We have two new members in Wilfred and Chilli.  Wilfred is a 10 year old English bull terrier and Chilli is a 2 year old Chihuahua/King Charles cross.  Both are lovely dogs.  They and their owner moved to Langbank from South London last week.  The owner is actually a production manager for STV working on the (BBC) tv series Antiques road trip!  I’ve always thought a show on ‘Dog walkers’ would be a big hit…I guess I could spare the time if they needed a star!!


Anyway, back to the dogs!!  Wilfred is a very calm, quiet and easy going dog that loves to play with sticks and frisbees, he also likes to give himself a good back rub on the grass when he can get the chance and always comes when offered a treat.  He’s a real sook and when you sit down he loves lying next to you for a wee pat!  Definitely a very pampered chappy!

Chilli is a livelier little girl and while she always follows me and the dogs and comes when called, she is still a wee bitty nervous, but she loves her treats and in just a few days she’ll be dandy!!  Chilli is a fast dog and can run and twist and turn most dogs, including her new buddy Ruffles who I took along for the walk.

And that walk today was at the lovely gardens (walked on lead) of Finlaystone followed by a wee adventure trek through the ancient woodland area (walked off lead).  Finlaystone is a very beautiful place and perfect to bring a dog, although you must remember that there is a small fee but season tickets are available at very low prices and well worth it!!  Oh and please remember in the gardens dogs must be on lead.

So let’s take a look at some pics…

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