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Old 09-08-07, 09:32 PM   #1
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Bailey enters Track and Field and wrestling.

For dogs. Bailey leads the pack of course.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad3NCZqKFzA
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Old 09-09-07, 04:18 AM   #2
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Haha, cute.
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Cool, Bailey deserves a blue ribbon. He doesn't give in for nothing.
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Perhaps Bailey can hire out as a consultant. There are many goofy puppies out there who need to be put in their places.
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wow, I just wasted 3 minutes of my life
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If you ever in Atlanta you can visit the dogpark at Piedmont Park. On a Saturday their can be 600 dogs or so in the "dogpark." Here they are allows to roam free with no leash to interact with the other dogs. It's amazing to see the different personalities in dogs. Whether they are passive or aggressive does not relate to the size. I have seen a small Jack Russell Terrier hounding a Great Dane.

With so many dogs of different sizes and breeds it's very interesting.

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If you ever in Atlanta you can visit the dogpark at Piedmont Park. On a Saturday their can be 600 dogs or so in the "dogpark." Here they are allows to roam free with no leash to interact with the other dogs. It's amazing to see the different personalities in dogs. Whether they are passive or aggressive does not relate to the size. I have seen a small Jack Russell Terrier hounding a Great Dane.

With so many dogs of different sizes and breeds it's very interesting.
Wow hundreds of dogs! My dog park is about the size of a little league ball park. 25 dogs is the most I've seen. I'm in the suburbs of a much smaller city. Bailey plays with three or four Great Danes.
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Wow hundreds of dogs! My dog park is about the size of a little league ball park. 25 dogs is the most I've seen. I'm in the suburbs of a much smaller city. Bailey plays with three or four Great Danes.
Yeah they fill 3 large barrels of dog dookie. <----Sorry, TMI, I know...>
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