With the cold and snow of January, Scraps and Rags haven’t been to the dog park much to date in 2011. It was relatively warm on this Sunday giving the the dogs a chance to enjoy the dog park in the snow without too much worry about being cold.
There is still a very thick foundation of snow on the ground and no dirt and mud to ugly up the entire place. Those days are coming. There were lots of dogs taking advantage of the nice day so we were able to have enough fun in the small dog park with the handful of dogs in there. New to the blog is Butters the tan and white Jack Russell who had a good time chasing snow balls.
Toward then end of the day the sun came out from the clouds enough to get a few really nice shots. The snow gives us a new perspective on the dogs, so check of the pictures I took, especially if you were there.
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Scraps and Rags haven’t been to the Denville dog park in quite some time so we wanted to head over there and say hello to some of their buddies. This time around, there were lots of our old buddies running about. The sun was setting but the dogs were playing in its glow and I was able to get some good photos from the warmly lit Denville dog park.
Does anyone know this dog's name?
It was nice that I was able to practice a little agility jumping with Rags as she is going to be running in her first pseudo-official agility run (jumpers only) this Saturday. Scraps will also be running but this is routine practice for him at this point. As usual, Rags was totally annoying and unsocial to Fargoe, I feel terrible about that relationship. Good thing Fargoe is so even tempered cause he would and should have eaten Rags for dinner. I don’t want to fail to mention that Charlie had an on-going humpfest with MollyGold’s leg. Nothing was enough for Charlie tonight.
After Denville we moseyed on down to the Central Park dog park to play with a few little dogs on the way home. There we saw Yoshi and Phoebe as well as Spike who is now officially named and recognized on the blog, so welcome Spike. Actually you can see him on yesterday’s posting featured prominently in the video. Unfortunately, I don’t have any photos or videos to show from our time at the Morris County dog park.
Scraps and Rags arrived late on a cool “That G-d It’s Friday” missing all the good sunlight. What we missed in sun and we gained in fun as lots of dogs were there when we arrived. It was cool and they were playful. New to us and the blog were three dogs tonight including Mr. Strudel who Scraps had a thing for which was good to see, Sunny and Bella the wildly striped dog.
We all have to get our sleep as the opening of the new Morris County Central Park Dog Park opens tomorrow. I personally don’t like the name of it, I think it should be called Dog Park central. Nevertheless, the four of us intend on riding our bikes over there tomorrow morning at 10:00 to celebrate the opening. It should be a good time. That is one big dog park!