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Thread: Phoenix Goes on a Date at Kedron Brook ***Pic Heavy***

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    Tehehehe. Went to Kedron Brook on the weekend with Phoenix we met with her boyfriend a Koolie named Raz and his Mum for a walk.
    It was about 30 degrees here on the weekend and humid as all hell, so the dogs had a fabulous time in the water.
    Phoenix is a total water baby and just loves to be in the water for the sake of it, but she is a total spaz when swimming, she has the most retarded swimming style LOL.




















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    Great Pics K&P!! I love the 3rd Last, looks like they are racing!!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Very cute looks like you all had a great time, love how they are shoulder to shoulder in a few shots
    ALL kittens are devil spawn wrapped in cuteness!

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    LOL BL - Funnily enough in that pic they weren't even chasing a toy they were just cruising around in the water together it was so funny.

    Phoenix is totally in love with Raz, she spent most of the day trying to get his attention by stealing his toy (or trying to steal it) or chasing him and trying to get him to play with her. Sadly Raz only has eyes for his toy haha. Poor Phi.

    At one stage she had hold of one of the tentacles of his Kong Wubba and she got this look on her face, the "I ain't letting go of this toy" look and she just planted her feet and held on, we ended up having to get Raz to drop it and I grabbed it and told her to drop it which she did, but not before she put a tear in the tentacle.
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    She is TOO GORGEOUS! Is her jaw slightly undershot? If so that just makes her more adorable. And is it just me or does she have some faint brindle in her coat?

    We had a beautiful weekend in Sydney, now it's back to crap and rain!


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    that just makes me wish I had a water baby dog. my girl thinks she is much too dignified to go swimming! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sierra View Post
    She is TOO GORGEOUS! Is her jaw slightly undershot? If so that just makes her more adorable. And is it just me or does she have some faint brindle in her coat?

    We had a beautiful weekend in Sydney, now it's back to crap and rain!
    Awwww thanks, I think so too but I might be biased!

    Haha yes she has a slight underbite which makes her look like she is pouting all the time, or sticking her tongue out LOL.

    And yes she also has brindling through her coat or as I like to call it her "tiger stripes"

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaz Tarja View Post
    that just makes me wish I had a water baby dog. my girl thinks she is much too dignified to go swimming! haha
    Well when she was a pup I didn't think she would be but turns out she loves it now! Now I just need to work on her diving into the water from heights, she prefers to walk in at the moment LOL.

    My older dog was like yours, but after I had to get her into hydrotherapy for her hips, after having to gently force her to swim she started to find it fun to chase a ball in the water and then she started to find it fun to bomb dive in to get the ball and now she LOVES swimming, if we had a pool she would spend all day in it playing haha. So you can teach them to love the water

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    She has stunning eyes! That's one thing I love about pitties is their eyes! Do you keep her on a long lead the whole time she is swimming or let her off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    She has stunning eyes! That's one thing I love about pitties is their eyes! Do you keep her on a long lead the whole time she is swimming or let her off?
    I know, her eyes are what sucked me in when she was a pup, I couldn't resist them. So glad I couldn't and I didn't she changed my life.

    I leave her on at the start because she can be a bit over excited at first and doesn't really listen (darn adolescents! not that I hold onto it, I just step on it if I think she is going to take off or do something naughty) but after 20/30 minutes or so she chills out and I take it off and let her free run. It is a bit nerve wracking (when we are somewhere like that which has no fencing and goes past main roads) but I know I need to trust her off leash for her recall and my control of her to become really reliable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    I know, her eyes are what sucked me in when she was a pup, I couldn't resist them. So glad I couldn't and I didn't she changed my life.

    I leave her on at the start because she can be a bit over excited at first and doesn't really listen (darn adolescents! not that I hold onto it, I just step on it if I think she is going to take off or do something naughty) but after 20/30 minutes or so she chills out and I take it off and let her free run. It is a bit nerve wracking but I know I need to trust her off leash for her recall and my control of her to become really reliable.
    I might have to try that once I can get recall on a leash down pat! I am going to buy one of the big long leads and start taking them to the park to practice! lol I would love to be able to take them out swimming.

    Have you ever been out to Darlington Park (out near Kerry/beaudesert area) I think on a quiet day it would be great for dogs to go swimming in the creek there.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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