Most parents of human children have experienced the situation where the child wants to do something and one parent isn't enthusiastic about it at that moment, so the child goes to the other parent hoping for a better answer. It happens with fur kids, too.
I was unable to get around this week and play with the dogs as I usually do. The weather was hot and dry, so they decided they wanted to play in the water. I told them I didn't feel up to it so they went to Rob and got the answer they were looking for.
After checking out the shower tower and not getting what they wanted, they convinced him to turn on the hose.
When he rinsed out the wading pool they were all excited about what was coming next.
The usual suspects were the first ones in the water.
They felt this was the perfect way to spend a hot morning.
Sky was still looking for something in the tower.
There were dogs waiting in line to get wet.
Samba was the ringleader as usual.
It wasn't hard for her to convince the others that this was fun.
After getting in the spray, Morgan found a shady place to roll and stretch.
She was really getting into it.
Then the whole troop of damp but happy dogs came inside to cool off in the air conditioning. It takes so little to please them.