Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Prime Land Dog Run









Its been another busy week as I am rewriting our cirriculum at school and I had a friends wedding to attend on Sunday. We did however manage to get out to enjoy this great sping weather with the girls on Saturday. Shin found a new dog run about 55km out of Tokyo. It was made up of three small dog runs and a pool area. Jazz and Dixie were the only two in the main run but the neighbouring dog run was playing host to a Newfoundland meet with 11 big black pups! I thought Dixie would freak out especially when all the neighbours were barking but Jazz and Dixie remained very quiet and stuck right by me when we were near the fence. We didn't use the pool area as you had to pay extra and Jazz and Dixie would not have stepped one foot in the water! We played around with the ball for a while until I cleverly threw it over the fence and down into some farmers garden! It was non retrievable much to Jazz's disappointment. After that the girls didn't run about much so I used the opportunity to get some close ups and posing shots. It is very easy to take pictures of Jazz but a little more tricky with the ever moving Dixie!

14 comments:

Sara Alves said...

wow! it looks like you girls had fun!
I would loved to have a swim in that pool... just love to be in the water :)
you look great!
licks Pu

Momo said...

Hi Jazz and Dixie,

I love the close-up photos at the top. They are so cute!!

Cookie also managed to slip off a collar many times! That's why I used a Premier Collar before I switched to harnesses. But, Cinnamon has never slipped off a collar, maybe because she has a smaller neck. Also, Cookie has wiggled off a harness many times. At one of such incidents, when I was talking with my neighbour, who we'd met by chance, at a beach, somebody at a distance yelled "Who's dog is that, running toward the road?" It was Cookie, and I noticed that an empty harness with a lead attached was left by my feet!

I use diced sausages as treat at agility; cheap ones, because gourmet sausages have too strong smells. At first I used dog treat available from supermarkets, but they were not good. Cinnamon was not interested in it at all, because other people used treats with stronger smells, like sausages. Then, I tried diced cheese, but sausages seem better.

Suzuki said...

OMDog! That is sooooo cool! I want to play there too :(
Big licks to you
Suzuki
xxx

Mason Dixie said...

What a great time at the park, and 11 of those big black dogs!! wow crazy

Bijou said...

Hi Girls,

Great dog park! I wouldn't want to go in the water either, but the rest looks fun.

Wags & wiggles,
Bijou

Amber-Mae said...

Wow! So many black fluffy doggies. Oooh, I wouldn't have been able to help it. I would have jumped straight right in without any second thoughts! Nu-uh!

Smoochies,
Solid Gold Dancer

Truman Tales said...

LOVE the top photo of Jazz! Precious babies. :)

The Army of Four said...

Look at all those Newfies!!!
Great pictures! I especially like the one of Dixie on her daddy's lap!!!
Love,
Ammy

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

Dixie is just like that Callie girl. Always on the move.. They certainly keep things entertaining don't they?

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Kess And Her Mama said...

Your girls are so lucky that you spend time with them on outings despite you having to "work like a dog"
;-)

Lorenza said...

Hi, friends!
The close-ups are great!
No pool for you?? Hmmmm... I'd loved it!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Dughallmor Beagles said...

Ooooh, you girls are so lucky your humans go to such great lengths for you....55km? Wow!
Beautiful close-ups of the two of you! Rosie would probably take a dip but she'd be alone....unless I threw treats in! Have a great weekend :D
Slobbers xx

Girasol said...

that place looks great!!!! I want to go too

Thor said...

What a great place to have fun! I wish I can be there with you!
Love the shots of two of you. You are lovely!

xoxo
Thor