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Thread: A dogs point of view...Annabelle and Tessa at the Rutherglen Winery Walkabout market

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    Default A dogs point of view...Annabelle and Tessa at the Rutherglen Winery Walkabout market

    We had a great walk at the market..So many people. We like to take a pair of dogs, it is good training. Annabelle and Tessa's turn today

    I tried to film it from a Annabelle view point...Not too good, but different....very short and in two parts

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    And part 2..........



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    Oh my Gawd, they are so calm!! How fantastic that they behave so well, beautiful girls...

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    Awe, they are having a great time, tails wagging ..just having a ball. Do they ever ummmmmm, embarrass you and need to go poo when out in very public places?

    I have one girl who does that EVERYTIME, so need to run her first before going anywhere...and keep the poo bags very handy
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    Tess is clearly enjoying it judging by her tail.

    I really should take Banjo more to crowded places like that. Only, I don't like them myself!

    And Cav, I always need to take Banjo for a run before I take her anywhere 'proper' too to avoid embarrassment.

    Worst dog poo experience I ever had was with my dog Luna though. She was usually very good, used to always go somewhere 'private' to do poos. Except for that one time when she was on the lawn right in front of the huge window of one of the poshest restaurants in town. I saw the people in the restaurant look and point at her and you guessed it, that's when Luna decided it would be really funny to deposit a nice sloppy number two right then and there. And I didn't have poo bags on me (I was only there to pick up my take-away) so had to go into a shop and beg them for a plastic bag and go pick it up with all those people in the restaurant watching. Ouch!

    Sorry Newfie, that was totally off topic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Tess is clearly enjoying it judging by her tail.

    I really should take Banjo more to crowded places like that. Only, I don't like them myself!

    And Cav, I always need to take Banjo for a run before I take her anywhere 'proper' too to avoid embarrassment.

    Worst dog poo experience I ever had was with my dog Luna though. She was usually very good, used to always go somewhere 'private' to do poos. Except for that one time when she was on the lawn right in front of the huge window of one of the poshest restaurants in town. I saw the people in the restaurant look and point at her and you guessed it, that's when Luna decided it would be really funny to deposit a nice sloppy number two right then and there. And I didn't have poo bags on me (I was only there to pick up my take-away) so had to go into a shop and beg them for a plastic bag and go pick it up with all those people in the restaurant watching. Ouch!

    Sorry Newfie, that was totally off topic!
    Lmao Beloz, ewww, that would have been a good time to crawl under the nearest rock..we can laugh now
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    How calm are they ?! And I have to admit , the wagging tail kept my attention as well


    ps; Poo stories......try in the middle of a pedestrian crossing in the middle of main st. I wanted to die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Tess is clearly enjoying it judging by her tail.

    I really should take Banjo more to crowded places like that. Only, I don't like them myself!

    And Cav, I always need to take Banjo for a run before I take her anywhere 'proper' too to avoid embarrassment.

    Worst dog poo experience I ever had was with my dog Luna though. She was usually very good, used to always go somewhere 'private' to do poos. Except for that one time when she was on the lawn right in front of the huge window of one of the poshest restaurants in town. I saw the people in the restaurant look and point at her and you guessed it, that's when Luna decided it would be really funny to deposit a nice sloppy number two right then and there. And I didn't have poo bags on me (I was only there to pick up my take-away) so had to go into a shop and beg them for a plastic bag and go pick it up with all those people in the restaurant watching. Ouch!

    Sorry Newfie, that was totally off topic!
    not off topic at all, big part of the walk..Ours only go on command when they are on lead...because we take ours everywhere and because Tessa and Katy are therapy dogs and because they also trial and you get a big 0 when they do it in the trials. We give them plenty of time pre -walk and they are just used to it. never told them off just always rewarded highly when they did it when asked.
    Tessa loves crowds as do all of my dogs. it has always been fun and high reward time. Annabelle used to be worried, but now she is a real nosey parker and want to meet and greet. Katy missed out, she loves it the most, but I still worry a bit about her leg and i wasn't sure how long/short the walk would be
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