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So how has your Summer been? Hopefully you got to spend some time at your favorite places, perhaps the beach, lake, or your favorite hiking trail or park. Summer is all about enjoying the weather and "getting out there". But just because the Summer is almost over, the fun doesn't have to end. NO WAY!!! In fact, here at Dublin Dog, the Fall is one of our favorite times of year. It means brisk weather, great trips to the park, and lots of beautiful colors. Either way, being a lucky dog is a state of mind. So carry your own weather with you and make everyday one to savor and enjoy. Share photos of you Summer on our photo section!!! We can't wait to see them. Here are some of ours.


Now this is our definition of a true sports dog. A big Dublin Dog shout out to this little fella and his owner for enjoying the outdoors to its fullest. This cracks me up. This dog has more skills than me, much less my two crazy dogs. We want to party with Pete. Does your dog have a special skill? Tell us about it. What's the most fun thing you like to do with your dog?


Slides aren’t just for kids anymore. I laughed my butt off when I saw this little number. What a riot. Perhaps Caesar Milan should get one of these for all his clients versus a treadmill. By the way, did I mention our collars are 100% waterproof. The weather is getting warmer, Spring is right around the corner. Before you know it, we'll all be doing bellyflops into our favorite watering hole. Rock on Doberman, you are nuts, and I love you for it.


It’s Friday afternoon and the work week is almost over….at least for some. However when you’re fortunate enough to love your job, no day is ever truly work in the traditional sense. I’m heading out this weekend to meet up with fabricator extraordinaire, Brock Warwick. Brock has volunteered his time to help create the Dublin Dog Foundation dream sidecar. This sidecar will be part of a major fundraising drive to raise enough money to provide a disabled individual with a service dog, while our donation will go to cover every expense for the life of the dog, as well as the dog itself. Anyhow, you’ll hear a lot more about that in the very near future. Back to the point, I’m heading out to meet up with Brock to see our progress and to then determine the final paint scheme for the bike and sidecar. I’m very excited. It’s taken me over a year to bring this idea to life, but now we’re almost there and I’m so pumped. Be sure to check out the Dublin Dog Foundation website and blog for more details.


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