Frisbee time.

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    This is Theo coming in for a landing after missing his Frisbee. Dog loves going after them. Can jump up there big time. Brings it back but not big on releasing it so you do the tug of war game. Good cardio for me. Sure is great company.
     

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    Ian Administrator Staff Member

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    Great action shot you've captured there :D.
     
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    Thank you for reply. Theo is a great jumper. Quite often he is catching the ball 4 feet off the ground or higher. Get dog on the trails or playing games.
     
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    Frisbee is one of the best activities that dog does with their owner. Don't forget his treats afterwards.
     
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    LOL, He demands them. He loves the treats. No treats, no performance. Have 4 Frisbee's and can keep him busy. He still likes to hang on to them for a tug of war. No treats on those moves. sthanks for the reply.
     
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