“Aren’t they lovely,” says Isobel.
“They are smiling,” says Crissie. “They seem to be having a natter with each other.”
The bigger dog on the left might be the “mum”, and it’s saying to the smaller dog on the right: “Come on, you’ve had your go now!”
Or perhaps the dogs are just friends? They seem to be enquiring about each other. They look happy and they’re looking forward to meeting each other again soon. They are smiling!
The dogs are peeking their heads out from the car. The cars are stopped because the light above is red. The dogs are Labradors and they are nice dogs. “I had a Labrador,” said Tony. Isobel had a Labrador, too.
There are a lot of trees in the background. It’s taking place in a public garden, in a small town. The owners probably know each other.
Bill thinks the two dogs are just two dogs! John suggests they may be barking at each other. “It would be a gentle bark,” says Crissie. Something like: “woof, woof, woof”!
One of the dogs is wearing some sort of toweling around its neck. The dogs are glad to be looking at each other. The owners will take the dogs for a walk and let them have a talk to each other. The smaller dog with the coat is probably a lady, while the bigger one is a serious lad. They are from different families. As well as the dogs barking, you can also hear the birds above them. The dogs are connecting. They are happy dogs and they are well looked after.
This story was created by Bill, John, Isabel, Peggy, Tony, Roberta, Winn, Crissie and Ellen at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 18 July 2016.