Friday, April 26, 2013

FitDog Friday and Park Day

Who's up for a little fun? Maybe a game of fetch, or tag? Or just a grand ol' romp in the grass. Since the weather is starting to get nicer, it's a great time to take your pal to the park and take a hike, a run, or just play together.

This is the favorite park where Kelly and Brooks liked to play.

Today is a double treat, because  in addition to being FitDog Friday, it's also Park Day, hosted by Terrier Torrent and Finn and Charley too.
FitDog Friday, Co-hosted by Peggy's Pet Place, SlimDoggy and To Dog with Love, is a fun weekly blog hop to encourage everyone to share our excitement and commitment to keeping our furry best friends fit and healthy! So it seems a perfect match for Park Day. Let's take advantage of this beautiful day, get outside and take our dogs to the park.

Kelly likes to run around.

But chasing a ball? Not her style!

 I guess she'll save it for the retrievers.

Join the blog hop. Participants in FitDog Friday will be entered into a giveaway for a SlimDoggy frisbee and a Dieting with my Dog bookmark! (Two winners selected by Randomizer.)

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  1. Woof! Woof! Precious Beautiful photo of Kelly and Brooks. Happy PARK Day! and FitDog Friday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  2. First off, that is a great picture of Brooks and Kelly. 2 very content dogs.

    Second, its a good thing SlimDoggy Jack wasn't there with Kelly or that ball would have been left behind. Though he is a retriever, like Kelly, he doesn't much care for retrieving!

    Third- to all readers of the FitDog Friday hop- get outside and move around with your dogs today!

  3. We'll be more than happy to play in your park with you
    Benny & Lily

  4. I'm always up for a good game of chase and wrestle...anyone want to play?

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  6. Thanks Sugar, they do love to get out in the park!

  7. What? A lab who doesn't like to retrieve! lol What is the world coming to? ;)

  8. Giz, I wish I knew what kind of tree it is. Maybe a dogwood? lol

  9. Thanks you two.

  10. We do! We do!

  11. I'm tellin ya....Max has got me out and about for FitDog Friday, Park Day and Smile it's Friday! I think he's trying to kill me! ha!

  12. Jan K, Wag N Woof PetsApril 26, 2013 at 4:43 PM

    At least Kelly gets her exercise running around! Even my golden retrievers don't really retrieve....they like to chase the ball, but they don't care to bring it back to have you throw it again. Whatever gets us moving though! It sure is nice to see the green grass, and that tree is beautiful....and so are the dogs!

  13. That first photo had me so stunned for a while... wow! I feel lucky about our near-by parks but, wow! Thanks for the jaw-dropping post. :)

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  15. Frankie and ErnieJune 25, 2013 at 10:10 AM

    THAT is just PERFECT fur Park Day.

  16. Thanks for joining Park Day today! Getting outdoors is key to having a fit dog...I have to ask...what is that gorgeous flowering tree behind Brooks and Kelly? It's beautiful, but then so are they...Giz is not one for retrieving either, but he gets plenty of exercise just running for the joy of it


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