Rhodesian Ridgeback Puppy - Poem by Claudia Carter
I love my new home; I was even given a bone
I have a new bed as big as a shed
My family love me, oh gosh they are cuddly.
Off we go on a walk, here I go ‘bark’ bark’ ‘bark’
The grass is green what does this mean?
They have thrown a ball, ‘what do I do’? ‘Does this mean I must go for a pooh’?
Training has started, im learning to sit, I love this I got a tit bit!
‘It’s started to rain, what a pain, I can no longer enjoy this game.’!
‘My paws are wet, I don’t know where to step! ’
‘I hate the rain. I prefer to be sat near a warm flame.’!
‘Back at home happy now, what is this? Oh yes a warm towel.’
‘My master’s feet Mmmm a chewy treat! ’
‘Home alone, just me and my bone’
‘I can’t help but ‘groan’ im scared on my own.’
‘I saw him coming up the street, im prepared to give him a good meet.’
I licked his hands and kissed his face and ran ahead like I was in a ridgeback race! ! ’
‘So happy now my masters home’ ‘please don’t leave me home alone’
‘Im happiest by your side, I will follow you where you go.’
‘Im a ridgeback I am very clever you know! ’
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