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I love your picture!!!

Finch's frisbee got stuck in a tree (the tree trunk had a Y form)about a week or so ago. I"m not sure how far she jumped, but I was amazed that her body could get off the ground that high!

Your picture is amazing!

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I'm 5'9 I held Scotty tennis ball about the height of my chest and he bit my hand trying to get the ball


Dogs' lives are too short. Their only fault, really." - Carlotta Monterey O'Neill

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Wow! That's some serious "air"! I love the twist in mid air too! We do a "target" trick with Barney where we hold our arm out straight in front and he has to jump and bump his nose on our fist, then sit. I'm 5 ft. 3, so that's not too terribly high, but he really has to put some effort into it to get up there! Good exercise for him! :thumbsup:

All creatures great and small, the Lord God, He made them all!

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Brystal is our jumper - she get's some major air and actually lands on all fours at times - we always worry she's going to hurt herself - she's our tiny dare-devil....

Hollie Edelbrock & Brystal Sonoma
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What an awesome picture!! I am amazed at the things Ellie can jump over...especially if she has a running start! My 3 year old who is 3 feet is no obstacle for Ellie Whiney! lol


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We have a wood fence, the type with two wood beams that go between each post. I watched Saidi try to get a squirrel on a tree branch one evening and she was jumping so high that her chest was even with the top post. Glad she did not get the idea that if she just forced her front paws down she could get over the fence :ermm: She's also done a complete flip while jumping for a ball. That did scare her a bit though :oops:

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