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  • lporter229lporter229 Posts: 4,804Member Member Posts: 4,804Member Member
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    Kayaking with Arya.

    that's awesome. My husband and I just got kayaks and we are wondering if we will be able to take our pupper along with us. She doesn't appear to be a huge fan of the water, but isn't afraid of it either. How does your dog do in the kayak? Does she like to swim? Do you have any pointers for us? Thanks!
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,835Member Member Posts: 31,835Member Member
  • sherlock3375sherlock3375 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    lporter229 wrote: »
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    Kayaking with Arya.

    that's awesome. My husband and I just got kayaks and we are wondering if we will be able to take our pupper along with us. She doesn't appear to be a huge fan of the water, but isn't afraid of it either. How does your dog do in the kayak? Does she like to swim? Do you have any pointers for us? Thanks!

    She loves the kayak now, she wasn’t a fan at first. And she’s not really a fan of swimming.

    My first tip is to invest in a life vest for your dog. I suggest one with a handle on the back so if you have to, you can pull them out of the water. I’d start with getting use to the kayak on land. Just have them sit it in for a minute or two. After a couple tries you can try rocking it gently back a forth to get them use to the motion. And when you take them out the first time make the trip short and on calm water.
  • kevinflemming1982kevinflemming1982 Posts: 159Member Member Posts: 159Member Member
    My girlfriend's dog Riri managed to get out in the evening, about a month and a half ago. She was definitely in heat and getting very eager to go outside every time I saw her. Which ended up in her becoming pregnant by a neighbour's dog. By the time my girlfriend found her, the dirty deed was already done lol. The end result was five super-cute pups.

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    My girlfriend is only keeping one of them, Storm. He's so cute and already our favourite. No idea about breeds, as they're so mixed. Which in my eyes is better, because selective breeding is a horrible practice and causes nothing but health issues for dogs.

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    The others were called Winter, Snow, Autumn and Summer. They're going to friends and family.

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  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,835Member Member Posts: 31,835Member Member
  • mbaker566mbaker566 Posts: 9,449Member Member Posts: 9,449Member Member
    cee134 wrote: »
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    so cute
  • mattig89chmattig89ch Posts: 1,282Member Member Posts: 1,282Member Member
    @kevinflemming1982 those are very cute puppies!
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,835Member Member Posts: 31,835Member Member
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 217,423Member, Premium Member Posts: 217,423Member, Premium Member
    mbaker566 wrote: »
    my dog (front) is still not thrilled to have this foster dog
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    Looks very impressed lol
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 217,423Member, Premium Member Posts: 217,423Member, Premium Member
    My girlfriend's dog Riri managed to get out in the evening, about a month and a half ago. She was definitely in heat and getting very eager to go outside every time I saw her. Which ended up in her becoming pregnant by a neighbour's dog. By the time my girlfriend found her, the dirty deed was already done lol. The end result was five super-cute pups.

    ruox6ip9b8bu.jpeg

    My girlfriend is only keeping one of them, Storm. He's so cute and already our favourite. No idea about breeds, as they're so mixed. Which in my eyes is better, because selective breeding is a horrible practice and causes nothing but health issues for dogs.

    pyguj3s40aop.jpeg
    b5w0rhwdnznz.jpg
    bqpjzf6f0trd.jpeg

    The others were called Winter, Snow, Autumn and Summer. They're going to friends and family.

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    They are sooo cute ❤
  • lporter229lporter229 Posts: 4,804Member Member Posts: 4,804Member Member
    lporter229 wrote: »
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    Kayaking with Arya.

    that's awesome. My husband and I just got kayaks and we are wondering if we will be able to take our pupper along with us. She doesn't appear to be a huge fan of the water, but isn't afraid of it either. How does your dog do in the kayak? Does she like to swim? Do you have any pointers for us? Thanks!

    She loves the kayak now, she wasn’t a fan at first. And she’s not really a fan of swimming.

    My first tip is to invest in a life vest for your dog. I suggest one with a handle on the back so if you have to, you can pull them out of the water. I’d start with getting use to the kayak on land. Just have them sit it in for a minute or two. After a couple tries you can try rocking it gently back a forth to get them use to the motion. And when you take them out the first time make the trip short and on calm water.

    Thanks so much for the advice. great idea for the handle. I'll be sure and let you know how it goes.
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,835Member Member Posts: 31,835Member Member
  • kevinflemming1982kevinflemming1982 Posts: 159Member Member Posts: 159Member Member
    That is a genius dog bowl! I am definitely getting one of those, when I get a dog.
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,835Member Member Posts: 31,835Member Member
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