We weren’t quite sure whether “The Terminator Theme” or “Yakety Sax” would best accompany this slide show of images from the Bear Creek Dog Park, so we went with both.

Public menace, or….

Clown College?

 

12 Responses to A Tale of Two Dog Parks

  1. Amber says:

    Clown College, Absolutely!

  2. Yes Clown College for sure. I like the way you snuck a little humping into the mix.

  3. Mary Ellen says:

    What happened to the Golden Retriever pup who was pinned down?

    • Craig Richardson says:

      He’s filed charges against his aggressor, there’s a preliminary hearing on February 7th.

  4. Tom says:

    Can’t beat the shepherd with three tennis balls in it’s mouth at once!

  5. Susan says:

    This vote is easier and clearer than the race for the GOP presidential nomination, and with remarkable similarities: Clown College.

  6. Noel Black says:

    By the way, that dog actually had FOUR balls in his mouth. No jokes… please.

  7. Johanna Wolfe says:

    Clown college, clearly!

  8. Joel says:

    Clown College! Loved it!

  9. Mike says:

    Great photos! Any chance getting single photos from you?

    • Noel Black says:

      Yes, Mike, we’re more than happy to share. I got your email and will send to you as an attachment. Noel

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