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2011-12-04 Morris County and Denville Dog Parks on a Sunny Sunday

It was another beautiful Sunday which sent Scraps and Rags bark hopping to a variety of dog parks.  We went from an exciting time at the small dog park at Central Park to a peaceful time at Denville dog park and capped the afternoon off with a return to central Park.

Initially in Central Park we met Toby, a long-haired Chihuahua, who was the  most energetic dog in the park.  Giving Rory a run for his money.  It was nice to see this tiny burst of energy flying around the mud and providing entertainment to everyone.  We welcome Toby to the dog park blog.

As I mentioned, we headed to the Denville dog park for some agility practice as Scraps and Rags have a competition this weekend and a little work on the weave poles will do them good.  We did meet Milo there when we arrive who was the only dog in Denville.  After some good agility practice, ball fetching and photo taking we were ready to go home.  One the way we passed the central dog park and it was once again happening so we stopped by for a little night-cap.

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2011-08-12 Central Dog Park on a nice Friday evening

Scraps and Rags arrived at the dog park on this very nice, comfortable Friday evening after the sun set behind the trees in the small dog park.  This meant it was pretty dark in the small dog park for photos but it was coll and comfortable and it brought out many dogs.  New to the dog blog was Forrest, now known as ForrerstGrey since there is already a Forrest on the blog.  ForrestGrey was an anxious grey short-haired poodle type that Scraps took a liking to as the two of them pranced around together.  There were lots of other small dogs also.  It’s just too bad there wasn’t enough light to get too many good pictures that were in focus as the dogs ran around.

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2011-06-10 Central Dog Park

With Scraps and Rags keeping us so busy I fell behind posting photos from the dog park and I am going to post 3 quick one in a row.  This was a dark Friday evening in the small dog park.

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2011-04-03 Lewis Morris Dog Park on a Beautiful Sunday

With the dog park at Central Park still closed for renovations and the fact that Scraps and Rags were the only dogs at Denville Dog park on the previous afternoon, we decided to check out the dog park at Lewis Morris Park. We haven’t been to that dog park for a long time but the weather was really nice and we had to go somewhere.  As they say, it was a dog day afternoon.

We headed to Lewis Morris Park fully intending to hike the trails but we figured we would see what was going on at the dog park first.  To our pleasant surprise, the place was packed.  There was even a handful of dogs in the depressing small dog park. With a handful of small dogs, that little plot of blacktop turned out to be a good time.

We hung in the dog park for a while and then decided to hike around the park.  When we got back to the dog park there were even more dogs around and more were on the way.  Though we only stayed in the small dog park, and there were many more dogs in the large park, we still met several new dogs to the dog park blog; so welcome in the food category Porkchop, Meatball and Tofu.  There was also the small dark grey furry dog named Gracie who we will call GracieGrey. There are a lot of Gracies out there and the name is taken. Finally, there was also Molly a cockerpoo, I believe, so we will refer to her as MollyPoo.  There are lots of Mollies also and that name is also taken.

A nice thing about the small tight dog park from a picture taking perspective  is that there is no shade and no where for the dogs to hide so I get more close-up than usual and a higher density of poses.  There are many good pictures so take a look.

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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