2012-01-12 Morris County Dog Park in 2012

Scraps and Rags were lucky enough to get the day out of the house and go to the dog park on this brisk Monday afternoon.  This is the first day for all of us at the dog park in 2012.  It was cold and only a few small dogs to play with.  Two new ones that we met were Minnie and Maxie, so we welcome them to the dog park photo blog.  Minnie was quite a fun and  active dog.  Happy new years to all the people and dogs out there and let hope 2012 bring a lot of barking good fun.

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2011-12-04 Morris County and Denville Dog Parks on a Sunny Sunday

It was another beautiful Sunday which sent Scraps and Rags bark hopping to a variety of dog parks.  We went from an exciting time at the small dog park at Central Park to a peaceful time at Denville dog park and capped the afternoon off with a return to central Park.

Initially in Central Park we met Toby, a long-haired Chihuahua, who was the  most energetic dog in the park.  Giving Rory a run for his money.  It was nice to see this tiny burst of energy flying around the mud and providing entertainment to everyone.  We welcome Toby to the dog park blog.

As I mentioned, we headed to the Denville dog park for some agility practice as Scraps and Rags have a competition this weekend and a little work on the weave poles will do them good.  We did meet Milo there when we arrive who was the only dog in Denville.  After some good agility practice, ball fetching and photo taking we were ready to go home.  One the way we passed the central dog park and it was once again happening so we stopped by for a little night-cap.

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2011-11-27 Morris County Dog Park on Sunday Afternoon

Warm weather and the end of the Thanksgiving weekend brought Scraps and Rags out for a jaunt around the small dog park before the Jet game started at 1:00pm. When we arrived there must have been 20 dogs in the dog park and by the one o’clock hour there was just a handful.

While we were there we did see Rory leading the charge of playful dogs.  Suzette, who is new to the blog and welcomed, also was a playful bundle of energy  playing with the the tiny and cute Coco, who is also new and welcomed to the dog park blog.  Lastly I need to welcome Rowlf, whose name I caught off his dog tag.  There were lots of other dogs jumping and playing  and the conditions were ripe for excellent photos, so check them out.

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2011-11-19 Morris County Dog Park on a Sunny Saturday

It was a nice crisp Saturday afternoon and when Scraps and Rags arrived at the small dog park.  The nice weather brought out lots of dogs.  There was a real cute  12-week old puppy playing with other small dogs and that gave me a great  opportunity the capture some good photos.

Scraps and Rags aren’t much for playing so after a brief stint in the small dog park we took a leisurely walk around Central Park and then ended up at the large dog park’s western entrance.  While closed to cars and parking, the gate was open to us so we enjoyed a second round of dog park fun in the large dog park.  There was also a nice sized population of dogs playing here providing me the chance to capture lots of good action shots of the larger dogs playing.  One new dog name I did discover by seeing it on a dog tag was Brandy, a smallish tan dog and amazingly enough the first one listed in this blog, so welcome to Brandy.

50% of Profits From Sale of Photos Will Be Donated To Support the Dog Park – To view a slide show of the photos taken or to purchase downloads ($0.99/download), prints or other items go to my SmugMug link (http://fidogenci.SmugMug.com). Fifty percent (50%) of all profit made from the sale of any items off of SmugMug will be donated back to the dog park, so get great photos of your dog and support our dog park.
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