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2011-06-02 Central Dog Park on Thursday Evening

Sun and a cool refreshing breeze characterized this Thursday evening at the dog park.  This brought Scraps and Rags out as well as hoards of other dogs. Since it was so nice and comfortable outside, I was able to capture several dogs playing in the sunlight with my camera.  This resulted in many good pictures.

There were lots of new dogs to me and the dog park blog, so in mass we welcome Lexi the small brown Daschund , Onxy who is obviously black, Nelly who also black but smaller, RileyBrown who was fun and brown and finally there was Jake an off-white Aikto Shepard mix.

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 below. 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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2010-08-26 – Bark-Hopping ‘Round Town

A dog agility trial for Scraps the Dog over the previous weekend with some wet weather has meant we haven’t been to the dog park for the past 6 days.  In addition, Scraps and Rags haven’t been to the Denville Dog Park since August 13, so I felt obliged to head on over to Zeek Road and see if we could catch up to a few friends from Denville.

I passed the Central Dog Park on the way over to Denville and there was a lot of excitement there.  Nevertheless, I continued to the Denville Dog Park, it has better sunlight for pictures anyway.  I was there just after five, which is typically too early for most dogs, and only Isabelle and Roxy were there.  Later on a new dog to the park and blog showed up named Bruno.  Scraps and Rags got along well with everyone.

We stayed, played, did a little agility took a few photos and let’s not forget the simultaneous poops.  We all then “bark-hopped” on over to Central Park Dog Park.  The place was buzzing with excitement.  A good mix of 10-15 small dogs made it a lot of fun when we got there.  Other Denville Dog Park turn-coats we found lurking around there were Phoebe and Chester.  There were way too many dogs to try to know names, but one I recall is Lexi the super tiny, soft brown hot-dog.

To view a slideshow of the photos in Picasa Web albums go to the link below:
http://picasaweb.google.com/lgindoff/20100826BarkHoppingDenvilleAndCentralDogParks?feat=directlink