Scraps and Rags have had a very busy summer schedule and haven’t had as much time this season time to spend at the dog park as they did last year. When we woke up on this Sunday morning, the sun was up and the air was warm and the forecast was positive so we couldn’t waste this opportunity to get on our bicycles and peddle to the dog park.
We arrived around 11:30 and the sun wasn’t quite overhead so I was able to mix some of the sunlight and action that the playing dogs provided to capture some nice photographs. We only stayed in the small dog park but there were many small dogs in there to keep us busy. New to the dog park blog are Layla, Sadie and MurphyJack, the Jack Russel/Beagle looking mix so we welcome all of them.
Scraps and Rags enjoyed the relatively warm, nice weather at the dog park on the afternoon of Christmas Eve to get some last minute dog park action in before the holiday. We first went to the small dog park where there were a handful of pups including Rocky the Schnauzer with a nice blue stripped sweater. He was new to us and the blog, so welcome Rocky. We then went into the large dog park where we also saw a handful of dogs wrestling with each other. Finally, we finished the day back in the small dog park where we saw a brown and white Jack Russell having a nice tussle with Pearl the brown Puggle. Those two were stuck to each other like Velcro during their wrestling match. Good clean fun for every one involved.
With a substantial snow storm bearing down on the Garden State the day after Christmas, it looks like this may be the last day at the dog park for the year for both Scraps and Rags. With that said, we all wish everyone the best of holiday seasons and joyous new year.
Scraps and Rags got arrived at 12:00 noon on this beautiful Saturday. Some of autumn’s color were still shining through. It made a nice back drop for the day’s activities and photographs. There were a lot of cars and dogs at the park when we arrived. There were a whole bunch of small ones and and big bunch of big ones so we headed to the small dog park first. There were lots of couples fighting and frolicking which sometimes crossed paths and joined into mass circling. Was a lot of fun in that small dog park.
There was much of the same in the large dog park. We only stayed until 12:55 but we saw a lot of new dogs. The only one I got the name of was Sadie, the grey Weisenheimer, as she flew in front of the camera just right so I could read her blue name tag, so we welcome Sadie to the blog.
It was a nice comfortable day, there were a lot of dogs playing and having fun and the sun was shining. This made for a lot of nice pictures so check them all out.