The Neighborhood Dogs Love Treaties
When I take Buenagente and Inteliperra out for their morning and evening walks around Villa Duarte and Mameyes I always take some treaties with me. The treaties distract my dogs if they feel like barking at another dog or a passing cat. But now, the neighborhood dogs know I have treaties because I share with them sometimes. When they see me they come running to get a teeny tiny little piece of meat from their best Gringa friend.
Roofy, the chihuahua, hears us coming and runs to the edge of the roof waiting for a treaty. She used to be in the street but she kept getting pregnant so her owners now keep her in their second-floor apartment with access to the roof. She is a real sweety.
These 2 live in Pensador and come to the gate when I pass by.
The chihuahua and pug (not in picture) come running and barking when they see me. I have to toss them a few treaties and they are content.
The chihuahua is always inside but runs to the door waiting for me to toss a treaty. The owner says when the dog hears me it gets so excited waiting for its treaty.
This pretty little girl I call Jugue (her owners call her Rubia) loves to greet us and get her treaty. She is such a sweet and playful girl.
Rubia comes limping out to greet us when we pass. She sometimes takes a treaty and other times she does not want one. She has a mom and is well taken care of once she was adopted off the street. She is a sweet girl.
These 2 have an owner and live behind a wall. They get so excited when they see me coming. At first, the bulldog would not take a treaty. I had to shove it into his bottom lip. Now he takes his little treaty, no problem.
Duke so wants to be friends but Buenagente will not have it but that does not stop him from coming out for a treaty.
The dogs of Los Molinos come running when they see me. Novio, Pup, Little Momma, Orejas and of course my little girl Sweety. Sweety always gets extra and she is the only dog that can come close to Buenagente. The others keep their distance. I give them dog food if I have extra.
Little Wene comes running and now she is brave enough to take her treaty from my hand.
These are some of the dogs that live nearby that wait for Buenagente, Inteliperra and I to pass by so they can get a tiny piece of meat. They make me feel so loved and wanted. I give many of them names because either they don’t have a name or I just don’t know their names. But, I do call them by the name I gave them and they are happy.