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Pic of the day

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World record-holder Cochiti the whippet leaps into the water during the DockDogs west coast challenge. The world record is a jump of nearly 10 metres – 31ft – from the dock into the water.


Keystone DockDogs 2015 End-of-Season Banquet

After a super-exciting season, we were so happy to be able to attend this year’s end of year banquet for Keystone DockDogs.  Not only did we have a blast, we won a couple of family awards,  and Hooch earned himself another trophy! 141 more words

Dock Diving

Pittsburgh Pet Expo, Pittsburgh, PA

The last dock diving event before the World Championship!  We chose to do this event because like the World Championship, this event was held indoors.  We knew Cello would jump in any conditions, but Hooch had not been to an indoor event since March (when he was plopping in at 5-6 feet!), and Lager had never been to an indoor event. 617 more words


Shipps Corner's Monster Splash: Virginia Beach, Virginia

This event is one of our annual favorites – however, this year, it was a bit more exciting (and stressful!) as it was our very last chance to increase Lager’s overall Big Air average in hopes to get him qualified to earn an invitation to the DockDogs World Championship held this November. 123 more words


Lager's Invitation to the DockDogs World Championship!

Three months after returning from Iraq, two months after joining our family, and after competing in only 2 National events, Lager earned his invitation to the DockDogs World Championship for Senior Division Big Air!   10 more words


Delmarva DockDogs Lets the Dogs Out: Elkton, MD

With the hopes of getting Lager an invitation to the 2015 DockDogs World Championship held in November, we took a short day trip to Elkton, Maryland with Lager only, since Limoncello and Hooch had already earned invitations for multiple disciplines. 20 more words


Limoncello and Hooch in "The Bark" Magazine!

Cello and Hooch’s feature in The Bark Magazine!

About The Bark:

“The Bark is the magazine of modern dog culture—it speaks to the serious dog enthusiast. 432 more words