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    DefaultFrisbees Are For Fun

    "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!"








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    However ... it's one-on-one and bumpers only for the serious training regimens ...








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    Great pics - I love to the see dogs play with those soft frisbees

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    Wow, Rusty certainly towers over Remi!

    My pretty girl, Lexi!

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    What type of dog is Rusty?
    He's beautiful!
    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.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blondiega1 View Post
    What type of dog is Rusty? He's beautiful!
    Rusty is a very fun loving, playful and affectionate Labradoodle. His parents (and grandparents) were a full sized Standard Poodles and a Labrador Retriever.

    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.

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