Oh hello there! Sorry, I was just doing my yoga workout and didn't realise it was Hound Chat time again and for the fourth week in a row, time to answer questions from our fans! In case you hadn't realised, this is Kylie Hound talking to you. I love doing my yoga moves, I find practising yoga keeps me nice and supple and my mind sharp. Even though I'm approaching 12, I can still put my legs in the most bizarre positions as you can see in the picture opposite. I can do 'legs up the wall pose', 'legs up the back of the armchair pose', 'legs up the back of my head pose', in fact, 'legs just about anywhere pose!'
Right onto your questions, and this week's question comes from Cynthia in Coven. Cynthia would like to know which of the four seasons in the year is our favourite.
Well, Cynthia, my favourite time of year is definitely winter. I love coming in from a walk in the cold and curling up in my favourite armchair. The servants put the heating on and I get nice and warm while they prepare my food or fetch me a well earned biscuit.
Lucy tells me her favourite time of year is spring. She loves the smell of new flowers and grass after it's just been cut. Lucy loves to explore and sniff things and she's in her element when there are lots of new flowers blooming. Sometimes she brings a flower in from the garden and leaves it on her bed. Maybe she's trying to say we smell, who knows?!
Ben says his favourite time of year is Autumn- mainly because he loves to kick his back legs out and when there are loads of leaves and mud he can aim it at me, Lucy and / or the servants and cover them in muck! He finds it highly amusing even if no one else does!
Hope that answers your question Cynthia.
Until next time, I'm going to spend 10 minutes in 'Reclining Cobblers pose' and then I'm off for a nap.
Kylie, Ben and Lucy
Kylie & Lucy
We are occasionally lively greyhounds who live with two human servants. Sadly our house- mate Ben crossed the Rainbow Bridge on 23/09/18, just a few hours after writing his final blog. We miss him so much but we know he's running free and no longer in pain.