Dogs become famous during lockdown because of the way they take their walks
A cute pup and his doggy brother proved that they really are 'good boys' after the pair observed social distancing measures during recent walkies through the countryside.
Published on the 13/06/2020, 12:00
Mister Noodles and Wilfred Humphrey are two Miniature Schnauzers who love the great outdoors.
Pups on tour
And that's one of the reasons why their dog-dad, Graham Reed, decided to take the adorable duo on a tour of 'Constable Country,' an area of outstanding beauty in Suffolk.
But with social distancing measures still in place, Graham was worried that the friendly pooches might not respect the new 2-metre rule.
Yet, when the trio stopped near a park bench in Flatford, it became clear that these pups knew all about the government guidelines.
Because instead of snuggling up like they usually do, Mister Noodles and Wilfred Humphrey sat at opposite ends of the bench like a pair of very good boys!
Since then, Graham has shared several pictures of the socially distanced pups on Facebook.
"It started when they jumped onto a bench and sat about two metres away from each other at opposite ends," wrote Graham. "I thought it was quite funny and rather topical, so shared it on Facebook."
A pair of very good boys
One post shows the pair observing the two-metre rule while enjoying a day by the seaside, while in another they're patiently waiting for a tasty treat.
Graham is planning to create a calendar detailing his dog's recent adventures. All proceeds will go towards a local Schnauzer charity.