These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Creek Jumpin'

We took a wander over to the park for a run today after work. It's getting quite sloppy out there with all the snow melting, so the boys found a little "creek" that they had a great time leaping over. Well, "over" may not be completely accurate. I think there were a lot of "almost overs", maybe one or two real "overs". Mostly "splashes".

I think Gio might have cleared this one.

... And he didn't clear this one.

Romeo had a couple good splashes, too.

And this one.

What a handsome old man!

There were some very soggy Shelties after our walk.

Soggy, but happy.



Oh, they look so happy. I always liked the coming of spring.

Gio must be doing well. He does look like he is doing well. As for old, I don't think he is their quite yet.

Essex & Deacon's Dad

Mason Dixie said...

They really do look just so happy. =)

Anonymous said...

No matter how often I see those two boys,I still think they are the two most beautiful dogs I have ever seen.

love gramma

Josh and Jess said...

Gio looks very happy!! We're so glad your big boy is doing better :) Happy Easter to you!

Love, Josh and Jess

Dawn said...

Isn't it sweet to be able to do these simple things again with Gio? They look wonderful!

Sara said...

Ah, the joys of spring - warm air and mud!

At least the dogs don't seem to mind the mud :) Looks like they had a great time.

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