5 November 2011

Gap Farm Flyball.

Today Fallon and I went to meet up with our Flyball team mates at a competition at Gap Farm which is just down the road from us. What with being on holiday for a couple of weeks and then Tess having her operation it's been a while since we saw everyone so if nothing else it was good to meet up with them all again. Of course that isn't the only reason for going as it's great to just go and see the dogs which come in all shapes and sizes. Some are continuously loud and then there are others that don't make a sound. Some take the run in their stride fast and sleek and never making a mistake and then there are some that are steady and true and then there are those that just don't seem to be able to concentrate on the task in hand, these are the ones that cause the most entertainment, they aren't interested in winning, they're just there for the party.

I took this video just to give you a flavour of the event, make sure you turn up the volume to get the full effect - if it doesn't give you a headache you don't have the volume up enough!!


The ones in blue are the Furry Tales flyball team that we belong too.

7 comments:

Theanne and Baron said...

Hi Rob, the dogs barking woke Baron up...he couldn't figure out how I had a bunch of barking dogs in my lap when he couldn't see a one.

Wow! The dogs do have to be focused and the trainers too...it's amazing to watch dogs race past each other, in opposite directions, and never break their stride.

Matron said...

Yes, both dogs and humans enjoy flyball! I remember taking Buddy along to a local flyball club practice to watch. He just barked for an hour! loved it!

Sara said...

Oh my! That is loud! Boy,do the dogs look like they are havign fun, or what?

sagechronicles said...

Hehe--Sage ran to the window to see where the barking dogs were! Flyball is fun--we just don't have a group nearby.

Jim said...

Hey Bob, those flyball competitions are great spectator sport. Better yet if one had a dog entered.

The barking dogs woke our toy poodle, Katrin, up. Then she helped them with the barking.
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