I uploaded a youtube video! My Dorerman playing in the pool playing fetch
That was alot of fun for everybody, loved it!!!!
Oh how funny! gottagetthefrisbeegottagetthefrisbee.... It's wonderful that he knows where the steps are. When I take my dogs in the pool, like it or not, I do it so I can teach them where the steps are should they fall in. I've had to drag my neighbor's labs out of my pool because they couldn't resist and didn't know where the stairs are. Thanks for posting, too funny!
Thank goodness he knows where the stairs are! We just moved into a house with an above ground pool like yours and there are NO STEPS! My biggest fear is coming home to a dead dog in the pool. Just last Monday, my friend brought over her dog Mack and we walked away for 15 minutes. I happened to come back to the house and heard whining. There was Mack stuck in the pool! I totally panicked and kicked off my shoes and jumped right in with him and pushed him out. What a scary situation!
This is absolutely amazing..Had to watch it several times to make sure I was seeing what I was seeing!
What a smart girl you have there.. I love her focus and attention.. at first I thought maybe she figured " If I drink all this water, I won't have to go for the frisbee that he threw away in the first place!!"
And when you said "Go to the ladder" she looked right at you and splashed her way over to it.
WONDERFUL.. How long did it take you to teach her this?
We used to have a 'frequent flyer' here on the Forum named Bella.. who would jump into the inground pool and even manage to land on the float.. so it can be done.. Sofia?? I don't think so. She side steps rain puddles..
Congratulations..please post more
It took her three tries of me placing her paws on the ladder before it just clicked in her mind that it is easier to use the ladder and that daddy was tring to help her.
Dobies are so smart!
I Love playing frisbee with her it keeps the active mind active. But, this really makes her think.
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