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I love Dock Dogs. A dock dog with a job is better still


Look how beautiful he is! What an athlete!

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I love these happy stories. I really do and coming here I find lots of happy stories.

Have a fabulous day and weekend. ☺

Monika & Sam

What a pawsome story. Way to go and go and go, Murphy!


I love watching them dive and jump..so great.


What an awesome dog.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

A dog who can tell blood sugar is great. The jumping skill makes him better

Melissa K. Clinton

That is so cool. I follow Cello's Corner which is a family of dock diving GSPs. They are awesome!

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    In her spare time
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    “The Jaws of Death”
    “The Silver Assassin”
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