Our dogs don’t take part in real dog sports. I would love to do agility training with Gambit. It’s just not in the cards at the time being, and neither is pseudo-agility training since we don’t have a sufficient yard and there are kids playing on the local playgrounds until sundown most nights.
Instead, they find alternatives. (While Rusty has settled in and is having a blast at his forever home, he will probably make a few more appearances since there are a lot of photos while we were traveling or right before he was adopted that never made it up here!)
Rusty and Nellie dabbled in creek stomping.
Wrestling is well-loved by all, although Eddie wrestles with people rather than other dogs.
Disclaimer: no dogs were harmed during this or any other wrestling matches.
They debated learning to ride the neighbors’ horses, but decided against it.
Eddie wasn’t entirely sure that he liked these large, strange creatures. They were a little scary. He decided that he would pretend to be a horse instead.
Group power-walking is always interesting.
Nellie has even took up gymnastics!
Okay, that was just one my sister dreamed up one week when her employer didn’t have a full week’s worth of work for her to do.
A dog can dream can’t she?