Beautiful….*sigh* I don’t know if my doggie will ever be in a group like this…..
I hope someday Natasha, but if not I am sure the moments you share together are just as beautiful. I got lucky with mine, but I still keep an eye on Jasper whenever the pups start bugging him. He has no tolerance for puppies who jump on him.
Looks likes someone is making new friends. That is always fun
New pup in the dog park. Really sweet dog too.
Board Meeting…10 am!
Your caption totally cracked me up Amber! Thank you for the laugh.
Great pic and ‘pack’. Reminds me of a pack I used to run with – we had a chocolate lab, two Borzois and two ‘mutts’ a stunning group. I have a pic of it I’ll post on our FB & pinterest pages. Love group shots like this.
Please share the link. I would love to see it! Borzois are not common here, so it’s cool that you had some at your park too. We love Nadia.
Checking out the new dog town is always fun!
That’s right Jen!
Beautiful dogs, as always. The body language in this photo is very interesting as well. I wish I knew what happened next. Very cool shot!
Nadia and the pup played. Daisy came back to me.
Cute! Checking out the new guy. And there’s that Nadia again. She’s so cool.
Yeah. That Nadia is quite a camera hog. LOL! Not really though. I just love catching her on my camera. She is beautiful.
Great photo! Beautiful dogs
Thanks Sue! I agree. They are all beautiful dogs. Of course, I am biased where Daisy is concerned.
What an amazing photo. Beautiful ~ and I sigh along with the above commenter, wanting my dog to be able to play like that. As an aside, does anyone have good references for info on how to teach a dog to interact successfully with other dogs? I’ve got a dog that is sometimes great and sometimes horrible with other dogs…. would love to learn the why – body language, etc – and learn what I can do to help her.
Hi Amy – There is a great book that shows pictures of different dog behavioral signals – Canine Body Language: A Photographic Guide Interpreting the Native Language of the Domestic Dog (http://www.amazon.com/Canine-Body-Language-Photographic-Interpreting/dp/1929242352/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1361413702&sr=8-1&keywords=Canine+Body+Language%3A+A+Photographic+Guide%3A+Interpreting+the+Native+Language+of+the+Domestic+Dog)
I also shared a couple of great videos a while ago that had some behavioral cues. Here are the links:
Zoom Room Guide to Play Gestures http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY8NpMm2OVA
Zoom Room Guide to Dog Body Language http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00_9JPltXHI
I hope these help!
Step 1: sniff
Step 2: play!
You called it Will and Eko!
It’s a doggie huddle!
A a sniff-a-thon!
Making a new friend?
Stop on by for a visit
What a sweet meeting and playtime.
I thought so too. Such cute puppies.
Sniff, sniff, wanna be my friend?
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