This weekend is Bark in the Park at Clay’s Park near Canton, Ohio. The event started this afternoon, but I couldn’t get off work, so we didn’t get there until about 6:30 this evening, and it was all over but the crying.
Gotta love it – dogs on surfboards! Pictured here is Abbie Girl, winner of this year’s small dog competition.
Highlights of this weekend’s dock diving competition in Columbus. Turns out Cooper is terrified of jumping, but we had a blast anyways.
OK, so I need a video camera with higher resolution, but I thought this turned out pretty well, all things considered.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
We jumped Cooper for the first time last night – it was an absoloute blast, even though Cooper would have absolutely nothing to do with the water! Have you ever watched Dock Diving?
If you’ve been reading this blog for very long, you know that I am fascinated with the sport of dock-diving, and that I have a Vizsla named Cooper. Well, I’m so excited! We’ve decided to enter Cooper in a dock-diving competition this weekend.
In honor of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, we present our list of the top ten events we think should be included if anyone decides to organize doggie olympics.
Did you catch today’s Tournament of Roses parade? My favorite float? The snowboarding bulldogs.
My kids started their basketball season this week, and my youngest wanted to bring one of the dogs to practice, thinking she might be as talented as Air Bud. What about your dogs? Do they play any sports?
I wrote an article this week on dog shows, and it got me to wondering about the types of things you might do with your dogs. Please vote below (my dogs all fall into the last category).