Observe as much business as possible, not just the play movements that everyone recognizes. Business reactions and interactions will provide better fodder.
The moment I am writing is very loose. At the same time it is crucial to the magic of the character (La Fuente), the pueblo, and the book.
I don't need to do it all in one sequence. This scene begins heavy with the dogs--shouldn't it shift to reveal a surprise about LSPA?
Let's see where it goes.
testicles--nearly forgot that dogs had testicles (in a column not a row)
digs with both feet at once--instead of one at a time alternating
not interested in fetching
lots of room to grow into his chest
large, dark venous ears
long neck juts from chest
brow to shade the eyes