Are we there yet?

Yes De, we are nearly home. This is our street.

Hold on to my leash and don’t go wandering off.

Common misconception: A leash (also called a lead, lead line or tether) is a rope or similar material attached to the neck or head of an animal for restraint or control.

Reality: A leash (also called a lead, lead line or tether) is a rope or similar material attached to the hand of a person to prevent them wandering off and getting lost!

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17 thoughts on “Are we there yet?

  1. They are also good to help keep those people trotting or even running so they can stay in shape. Great post sweet Bassa. Hugs and nose kisses

  2. Your right Bassa, if Dad is holding the leash, Lexie & Mica keep looking back to make sure I don’t get lost. If I am not in sight they stop and wait to make sure I know where to go 😉

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