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Dock diving

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by SheepOfBlue, May 31, 2018.

  1. Pam

    Pam Forums Enthusiast

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    Beau is a very interesting Sheltie. He tolerates my son playing drums (punk even) with no problem. But let fireworks occur and he is a mess. He loves to climb, jump, and "fly" off things and over things, no fear of a single agility obstacle so far--but let a rabbit come around and he starts to hyperventilate. He loves, loves, loves other dogs, has no fear or reseerve near new dogs. I think he is a terrier or water dog in camoflauge. LOL
     
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  2. Jams

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    WOW!! How great! My sheltie would never do that!! Lol
     
  3. Cara Sandler

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    Both of my dogs are good swimmers - with so many pools and bodies of water in Florida, I wanted to make sure they knew how to swim and get out of a pool in case they ever fell in (though I can't really ever see that happening - I'm super careful with them). They hated every single moment of their swimming lessons (except the part when they got hot dogs) but now they both know how to stay afloat and can paddle around for a good amount of time.
     
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  4. corbinam

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    Funny you should post this! Elise's best friend is a border collie who is a great dock diving dog. Our goal this summer is to get Elise jumping. So far, no luck! haha
     
  5. corbinam

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    Photographic evidence of all three dogs’ progress.
     

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