Have any of you seen this? So cute - how they teach him how to jump in... my kids have been loving watching all the Lab Vids on youtube...
ahahahaha loved that first one!!
Most of our city beaches are dogs off lead before 10am and after 8pm during daylight savings / summer.
So Frosty and I had a run at Henley this morning, it took me an hour to catch her, culminating in 5 minutes of sneakiness on my part at the end. I tried wading out into the water to slow her down but that only slowed me down too. We both got very wet.
We sometimes go for a run at North Glenelg but today - the tide was in and there was no beach there. I blame the west beach boat ramp.
Sellicks used to be a good dog beach. Not sure if they've finished whatever they were doing to the creek though.
Sorry don't know about Frankston, but in Brighton there is a dog beach and it is brilliant as it is enclosed. There is also Ruffey Lake where dogs can swim in the lake. Mimi loves going to both as she is a very strong swimmer.
I replied about Frankston beach on the previous page.
Oh wow thank you so very much for your help. Greatly appreacaited
We walk to the Port Melbourne adn St Kilda dog beaches, although I'm not sure what the permittable hours are now that it's warming up. We also go to the Brighton dog beach which is like Disneyland for dogs! It is a permanent dog beach, open all hours. Huge area, fully fenced, shallow for a long way so you can wade out with your dog, and I've never seen any dog fights or particularly incompetent owners! Park on Seacombe Grove (free all day parking).
We have heaps of off-leash beaches here in Newcastle. People tend to look sideways at you when you enter with a male staffy, so we don't let him off the leash. I am pretty sure if I did...we could pick him up Coffs Habour...little shit!!!
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