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Old Apr 18, 2010, 10:42 PM   #1
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My mother lives across town from me, so when I went to repair her sprinkler system today, I took the boy with me. He was a good helper, checking each sprinkler to make sure it worked. I have included a few pics of a "working" dog...

Yep, it's working!



Nothin' wrong here...



Let me check this one some more...



Yup...works fine!



All done, shake it off!



Thanks for helping me enjoy my Sunday!
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Old Apr 19, 2010, 1:16 AM   #2
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Brilliant way to give him a bath! He loves it. Great smile-raising pics too.

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Funny how they love doing stuff like that but when it comes to bath time it's a different story. Nice series!
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LIke your 'working dog' photos, nice ones
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LOL, very cool, and a bit wet
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Nice, funny picks!
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Brilliant way to give him a bath! He loves it. Great smile-raising pics too.

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Yeah, that's what you call a two-fer..Thanks for viewing and commenting.
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Funny how they love doing stuff like that but when it comes to bath time it's a different story. Nice series!
I guess he's strange..he actually enjoys getting a bath, then he goes crazy for ten minutes running outside and rolling on the ground.
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LIke your 'working dog' photos, nice ones
Thanks, Dennis. I don't know what he would do around livestock. I would definitely want my camera handy for that...
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Mark, this dog should be renamed to German Waterdog. He loves the Bay, the River, the garden hose, the sprinklers...he can't get enough!
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