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Cosmic Charlie

Good Dog
Sorry for the bad lighting. I have a few hundred pictures to go through, so I will add them as I sort through them.
Enjoy!

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lizzie13

Good Dog
Great shots! I want a spring pole so bad. I don't have any trees in the back yard so will have to do an ugly post. Lol gorgeous dog!
 

Cosmic Charlie

Good Dog
haha love the handstand pic
:lol::lol: It may just be caught in the moment, but I am not sure what's going on there. Shaka is a goof

You've inspired me to try a few action shots as well.
Great photos!
Go for it! I wish there was a better way to share pictures as I tend to loose a lot of quality when uploaded via a photo hosting site.

Beautiful dog. Neat pics. Is there some way I can pinterest one of them?
Thank you. I don't know what pinterest is but I often see that logo on the top of the page . I assume it is a social media site and I don't use those, therefore I can't help you with that.

When ever I see a dog chewing a stick and make that face, I can't help but to think "ohh, spicy!"
Lol, it can't taste good... Although it's probably like a big toothpick.

Great shots! I want a spring pole so bad. I don't have any trees in the back yard so will have to do an ugly post. Lol gorgeous dog!

You can definitely make a 4x4 "blend in" a bit. If you have a deck or wood house you can match the stain or color etc. I admit it can be a eyesore. But if it's your home it's worth it as the dogs really love it. The pictures are actually just a rope with a toy attached. Like a half as flirt pole. We were just messing around. Although, it's been a part of a spring pole in the past. I actually was attempting to build a spring pole out of wood today. But, our machinery was having mechanical issues. We can't dig without heavy equipment as the ground is rock and heavy clay. We have lot's of trees throughout our acreage as we are up in the mountains, but we want to allow her to play on a spring pole within the main fenced in area. All our trees within their main run are tall pines and the branches are dangerous and 50+ ft up. So I understand... I avoided a 4x4 spring pole for a while due to it being an eyesore. We had one but cut it down a while back.

What kind of fence do you have? If wood you can just use the 4x4 posts as the spring pole base, that way it blends in well.
 

lizzie13

Good Dog
Oh I thought she was tugging on a spring pole! Lol yeah don't have any sheds or such out back, and yes I have a wooden privacy fence and never thought to use the posts! I have one side that the posts are on my side of the fence! Hope they don't pull the fence down! Lol I have on tree, not sure what kind but it has a flower bed around it that I plan to replant in spring. But I do have the fence. You think it would be sturdy enough to not damage the fence? I guess just drill a ring at the top of the pole and let them go to tuggin! Lol
 

Swiper

Little Dog
Ive got one on a 4x4 post in my front yard. Ill try to remember to take a pic for you in the day to get some ideas.
 

Cosmic Charlie

Good Dog
Oh I thought she was tugging on a spring pole! Lol yeah don't have any sheds or such out back, and yes I have a wooden privacy fence and never thought to use the posts! I have one side that the posts are on my side of the fence! Hope they don't pull the fence down! Lol I have on tree, not sure what kind but it has a flower bed around it that I plan to replant in spring. But I do have the fence. You think it would be sturdy enough to not damage the fence? I guess just drill a ring at the top of the pole and let them go to tuggin! Lol

Yes, definitely use the 4x4 fence post. They should be cemented down 1-2 ft and you will be fine. Just take some 2x4's as support for the extension that comes off the fence post (to hang rope/toy). You would notice before the dogs do any damage, but I think it would be fine. There is no difference between a 4x4 fence post or just a standalone 4x4 post. The only damage would be the post coming loose and if it's built correctly that wouldn't be an issue. You can build one within 20 minutes if the post is already set.
I didn't mean I didn't have trees either, I definitely do... We have oaks, pines, fir, madrones among much more. But, our main fenced in area is kind of open and all the good oaks are outside it. Shaka loves the spring pole and flirt pole.... Well she loves ANYTHING she can chase, tug or retrieve. We were just messing with a rope though. Hopefully today the new spring pole is built.

Looks like a lot of fun was had and the handstand pic is definitely awesome! :)
:lol: We all had a good time, especially the gymnast up there.

Great pictures!!
Gorgeous girl too!

Thanks!
 
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