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01-26-2014 09:13 AM
Okie2 So much fun....I enjoy watching a puppy willing to investigate new surroundings.....
01-26-2014 06:01 AM
Chicagocanine He's very handsome! Looks like fun. We have a park in my area that has a huge wooden playground area, the whole thing is wood and there are these castle like areas with maze-like passageways and stuff. It's pretty neat and the dogs love it.

I always loved taking my dogs on the playground (when it's empty). I never let them go down the slides though, at least not after one GSD I walked as a kid decided to jump off a high slide halfway down...anyway I figure the sliding itself is probably not very safe.
I credit playing at the playground for how quickly and easily my first agility dog took to all agility obstacles when we started classes, since she was already used to the playground equipment which is similar to the obstacles. The playground near my house even has something like a longer version of the UKC "sway plank" obstacle. I also had her walk along the short walls surrounding the playgrounds, or any other short walls we came across on our walks.
Both her and later my GSD loved the playground bridges and other moving play equipment. My GSD also liked to walk across those big flatbed carts they have outside Home Depot. I once took her to a park that had a small area with skateboarding ramps and she loved those too.


Here's a pic of the park I mentioned, this is just part of the wooden play area:
01-26-2014 04:59 AM
G-burg Those are great Michelle!!
01-25-2014 10:15 PM
brembo
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Thanks! I love his coloring and patterns. But he's such a cool little dog he could be purple and I'd still be thrilled. I might dye him! But I'd still be thrilled!
Germans can say volumes with just their eyes anyway. Having those little highlights around the ever moving tops of their eyes(my dogs have em too) really make their expressions zing.

I could likely properly define whatever mood my dogs are in by just their eyes.
01-25-2014 09:36 PM
lafalce I used to do that with my dog. What fun.

Those are great shots and your pup is beautiful!!!!
01-25-2014 07:21 PM
Jax08
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The eyebrows kill me. Add such depth to his expressions.
Thanks! I love his coloring and patterns. But he's such a cool little dog he could be purple and I'd still be thrilled. I might dye him! But I'd still be thrilled!
01-25-2014 07:19 PM
Jax08
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Karlo loves playground equipment...loves going down the slides too.
Seger is getting big! He looks like a thinker in every one of those photo's

yeah...what he was thinking was...

WOMAN IT'S COLD OUT HERE
01-25-2014 07:17 PM
brembo The eyebrows kill me. Add such depth to his expressions.
01-25-2014 06:56 PM
onyx'girl Karlo loves playground equipment...loves going down the slides too.
Seger is getting big! He looks like a thinker in every one of those photo's
01-25-2014 06:52 PM
Jax08 Nice!!!!
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