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    Built the girls a springpole from scratch. They are loving it (although with the rain we haven't been able to use it since Sunday )


    Link to the album as this is easier!
    Springpole pictures by Keira-Phoenix - Photobucket

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    Cool !!

    The first pic (i watched it as a slide show) looks like she's climbing the tree. That'll keep em entertained.


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    Oh! I was wondering what you were referring to K&P!

    That's cool. I have an 'Aussie Dog Home Alone Ball' (2 actually) hanging from a tree- there's some video on my FB page of a younger Villi versus Tree... I'll have to get some new shots, it is amazing the tree is still standing.

    Nice action shots!!

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    Haha Sean she sort of is, going to work up to her slowly being able to "climb" the tree higher to get the bite surface. Its so much fun to watch them play with it and a huge workout for them, Phi was sooo tired after only 5 minutes!

    I have seen those Jo but seemed too expenaive at the time. This cost me $60 to make.
    I will have to go stalk your facebook page and watch the video of Villain. Yes get some photos and share!

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    That looks like heaps of fun!

    And your property looks beautiful too.

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    Yeah... Get what you're saying re: cost. Unfortunately (or fortunately?) this is the only one so far that Villain has been unable to break with two yanks. That said, I have it strengthened with about 3 tie down straps!

    I used to use plain bungee ropes, but it never lasted beyond a minute or two, lol. He's only 43kg or so... But surprisingly strong *sigh*

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