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only had Echo and Delta with my as Gypsy and Inca stayed home so Inca would have company, still not letting her run about becuase of her paw.
































 

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lol i love them, you get the odd upset between some dogs who want to play and the other dosnt but most of the time they just enjoy walking as a pack
 

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Great pics. I see that yours like deep water - Dylan is too much of a baby, he likes to keep his paws on the ground. I try now to walk him everyday somewhere where he can paddle, especially now it's hotter. We have a river running through the area and I'm trying walks at different parts of it every day now.
 

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I really thought that having the others around enjoying their swim would encourage younger dogs to go in, too. Not Teddy, though, he runs to the edge with another dog and then turns right back to me without even getting his feet wet:)
 

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I really thought that having the others around enjoying their swim would encourage younger dogs to go in, too. Not Teddy, though, he runs to the edge with another dog and then turns right back to me without even getting his feet wet:)
Dylan will only go in where he can run in on sloping ground, like a beach. He won't jump in if there is a drop. You could try throwing a ball or stick in the shallows for him. Or just enjoy having a dry dog:)

 

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I loved these photos, and what jumps out is that because all have been well socialised they are off the lead and having fun as nature intended ...in a pack! great so all new puppy owners get socialising it is so important. Love GSD all brave but not sure about getting wet feet :D
 
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