Monday, November 2, 2015

Dog Training at the Mall


Well, it was more of an exhibition than actual training. There were three different dogs and three different trainers and they put the dogs through their exercises to the delight of kids of all ages!

16 comments:

Linda said...

I love Yellow Labs and Golden Retrievers, they are so sweet and often used as guide dogs for the disabled. Lovely photo.

William Kendall said...

This dog appears quite stoic... and is no doubt expecting treats.

RedPat said...

And it looks like they chose a very calm dog for the demo, Lowell!

Sylvia K said...

Interesting exhibition to have at the mall!! I like it!! Hope you have a great week, Lowell!!

magiceye said...

Always a treat to watch!

Small City Scenes said...

That would be fun to watch. It would delight this kid too.
MB

alp said...

Bonita y ocasional imagen..un abrazo desde Murcia....

EG CameraGirl said...

Sweet looking doggie. He/she was probably an easy dog to train. ;)

Sharon Anck said...

That beautiful lab looks like it's just bored with the whole thing.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful dog, hope he was doing what he was to!d, I heard somewhere you can't teach an old dog new tricks :)

llandudnopictures said...

That's a very smart looking dog!

Bibi said...

Retrievers and Labs are really good dogs.

LOLfromPasa said...

Isn't that great. Amazing dogs and wonderful people who train them.

I can see you have made some changes to your blog(s) whilst I was away last month. Looks good! I will pop over to L & L Photography too :).

Halcyon said...

It doesn't look like there was much of an audience, apart from that guy on the chair back there...

Gunn said...

Labrador Retriver dogs.... I LOVE them !!
So loyal and so loving.
We have had 4 of them. ( Not at the same time.)

Bob Poris said...

Dogs are always wonderful to watch. They do smile and laugh too.

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