Hello my name is Coco and this is me at my inaugural parkrun at Nightcliff parkrun. My Aunty Sandra came all the way from Albert Melbourne and she taught me all about being on a short leash and not getting in the way of those people in the front!
I usually like to go crazy up and down the beach at Casaurina so I was a little unsure how to do the parkrun thing. Luckily I chatted to a few furry friends during the briefing and they gave me the heads up on the required dog etiquette.
I’m hoping my mum can take me next week – although I’ll have to get some training in – there’s not much muscle on these little stick legs of mine.
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