With the sun now setting depressingly early in the afternoon, we were able to get Scraps and Rags to the dog park before it got too dark. They haven’t been to the dog park for almost a month as their schedules have kept them busy. When they got there they saw their old friend Chester in the small dog park. We all then headed to the large dog park where larger dogs playing “ruff.” I did get a few dark photos and even a video from my new iPhone4S so check them out if you want.
In December, it has been tough for Scraps and Rags to find the chance to get to the dog park. This Saturday was nice and sunny so that the cold temperature was not too much of a problem. We were able to spend an hour in the small dog park with some of our old friends. For the most part we had a good time except for a viscous skirmish Rags got into with Simba. Good thing I was quick on the pull as I hoisted Rags in the air quickly before too much damage was done. Short of that, it was a nice day with some nice pictures. I liked Gracie’s red outfit, it reminded me of the PJ’s Agarn and O’Rooke used to wear on F-Troop.
On a cool and overcast Saturday afternoon Scraps ad Rags enjoyed the Central Park dog park with a bunch of other friends. It being Saturday and the fact that it wasn’t raining meant there were lots of dogs to play with at the dog park. We spent quite a while initially in the small dog park and eventually made our way to the large one. We did a little jog down the path and then took pictures of the other dogs that were playing. Although it hasn’t rained a lot recently, the park is getting worn and muddy. The once grassy meadows are turning slippery and muddy. The dog park hasn’t really experienced a time of extended rain, so it will be interesting to see ho it will stand up to it.
I did catch several new names of dogs we met and officially now welcome them to this photo blog. They include Addy and Tootsie, which are both little black dogs. Minnie was the black and white Boston Terrier and she had a brown and white sibling for whom I didn’t catch the name. Finally there was Princess the wired-haired Jack Russell get abused in the large dog park. Welcome one and all.
A sunny Saturday afternoon at Morris County’s Central Park dog park welcomed Scraps and Rags and a whole host of other dogs, big and small. The beautiful weather really brings out the dogs and they all seemed to have a good time. Scraps and Rags were able to meet their across the street neighbor, Cloe who Rags barks at on the street so they never had a real chance to meet in peace. It hardly mattered, Rags still barked at her in the dog park but they were a little more friendly to each other. Trace was the cool Jack Russell that like to elevate.
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