"Fun Bumpers" are usually thrown at the end of a training session, but today we let the two younger dawgs start off with some frisbees just for fun exercise in a recently mowed 56 acre pasture. "Here comes a double ... heads up!"
However ... it's one-on-one and bumpers only for the serious training regimens ...
Great pics - I love to the see dogs play with those soft frisbees
Wow, Rusty certainly towers over Remi!
My pretty girl, Lexi!
What type of dog is Rusty?
Saw the pics of him and his brother in another thread.
I need to get one of them soft Frisbees for Coco.
She's been catching this honey comb rubber ball in the house and I think she would do a Frisbee too!
It's a tough life.....but someone has to do it.
Daisy and Coco sunbathing.
He was selected as the next "pet" for my wife Carol after we saw one from the same lines a year earlier. Since we already had two yellow Labs, one of whom had just gone through cancer surgery, it was time to start looking for a pup to start again. This is the very first dog I've owned in the past 50+ years that wasn't a recognized "gun dawg" breed. However, it was Carol's choice and that's what she wanted since in her earlier years she always had Poodles.
We thaought that there was a slight chance that Rusty might be suited for hunting since his parents were both from field bred lines. Much to our pleasant surprise, with a lot of work and patience on my part in training, before his 1st birthday, Rusty had "sure-nuff" become a credible duck dawg and we're delighted to have him as a part of our family.