Over the last year, we’ve seen beautiful displays of communities coming together to support one another during what’s been one of the most taxing times of our lives. But one Washington, D.C.-area neighborhood made sure not to leave anyone behind -- and that includes our four-legged friends.
Amy Brittain, a reporter and podcast host for The Washington Post, shared photos from a walk she recently took with her Bernedoodle, Dolly. Brittain and Dolly came across a substantial pile of sticks and branches in the middle of the sidewalk, accompanied by a chalk-written note encouraging passers-by and their doggos to take a grab a stick as they go about their day.
Dolly, not one to pass up an advantageous opportunity, happily accepted her free stick. She only took one, of course, as to not be selfish and let the other neighborhood dogs enjoy the free-for-all, as well.
Seeing Dolly happily with her stick, fellow dog owners shared photos of their own pups enjoying themselves some quality stick time.
May all dogs find their best stick ever today.
How does your dog feel about sticks?