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2010-10-07 Central Dog Park After Sunset

Scraps and Rags arrived at the dog park around 6:00 p.m. and stayed until 6:45 when the park was beginning to empty due to darkness.  By the time we arrived it was already low light so any picture I took were dark but still I managed to snap a few and take some video for a few seconds.  There were a lot of dogs in the big dog park all having fun and playing.  I saw no bad behavior only dog-gone fun.  There were no wee ones in the little dog park.  There were lots of dog I didn’t know, yet heard their names, but at this juncture, I don’t recall them.  I will take this opportunity to welcome Pupita, an Hispanic Jack Russell Beagle mix who didn’t have a real name yet at 8 months old so her parents currently call her Pupita until something better comes along.  I also remember, or can see on her dog tag, Wilma, the spotted herding type of dog.

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2010-09-23 Central Dog Park on a Fall Thursday Evening

This is my first opportunity to take Scraps and Rags to the Central Dog Park now that Fall has arrived.  Though the weather still felt nice a summery, the days are getting shorter and the sunlight is getting more precious.  While I do love the new Central Dog Park, as I call it, I do see myself taking Scraps and Rags over to Denville as that dog park has lights.  Though not as nice as Central Dog Park during the day, at least the Denville Dog Park has lights and remains open all year long until 9:00 p.m.  For this reason alone, I would welcome and suggest to all those that haven’t joined the Denville Dog Park to do so, for your dog’s sake.  They don’t want to be cooped up all winter anymore than you do, and you won’t be able to bring them to Central Dog Park after work in the winter.  Click here to find out more about the Denville Dog Park.  It is just up the road from Central Dog Park.

There weren’t any dogs in the small dog park so we went all went right to the large one and met up with Patches who came running over to Scraps but didn’t see to care thereafter; strange?  There was this nice family of 4 small dogs we met when we first walked in including a cute white fluffy Pierre.  I forget the other 3 dogs names. There was a real cool play session between a little Boston looking terrier and a mutt-a-doodle type of dog.  It was just as precious and the waning sunlight.

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2010-09-18 Central Dog Park, Late Afternoon Session

While the morning session at the dog park was a bit overcast, the sun pushed through the clouds in the afternoon to present us with a magnificent Saturday. We didn’t take the bikes this time and got there just in time for a few precious rays of the sunlight peaking over the park’s trees.  Scraps and Rags followed me to the big dog park to take advantage of the waning light.

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We were in the large park for a half hour, without walking the trail,  and then spent another half hour in the small dog park and left.  There were lots of dogs all over. There were bigs one, medium ones and lots of small ones including Roxy and smallest Chihuahua I have ever seen. Between this runt and a few other tiny ones, there was more yelping pretending to be barking than I could shake a stick at.

2010-09-12 Central Dog Park in a Misty Dusk

After a Sunday that had rain and a Giant victory to open the 2010 football season, Scraps and Rags found themselves at the dog park with a few other dogs venturing their way out of their homes at around 6:30 p.m..  The dog park this evening was a much different experience than the previous nighs.  It was wet and pretty empty, only a few dogs were present and it had a eerie presence to it.

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