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In case you're not tired of too many photos...

Then Dex and Kirby found a better way to play with their Air Kong...



downtime during some training...

 
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Maya and her BF Tori will run together side by side with the air kong in both thier mouths. Tori is taller so it slants down a little on Maya's side. It is funny to watch them play.
 

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Those are GREAT shots!!! ohhhhhhhhhh how sweet it is!!! they're both looking like they're having the time of their life :D
 

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Leslie, What fun pictures! Two beautiful doodles! Thank you for sharing.

Gene,
but our air Kong is still reasonably bew
I don't know what reasonably "bew" is ...
 

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leslie....me and my family were just looking at these pics again.
Kirby has eyes that are so round and big like buttons :D
and Dexter is soooooooo soft like live teddy bear
 

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gene said:
Great pics! Jonah and Miko do the same thing, but our air Kong is still reasonably bew....still has the rope! For how long.....? :wink:
Is reasonably bew as good as reasonably dold????
Bahaahhahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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I never get tired of Dexter and Kirby photos!!! Now aren't you glad you got Kirby? They make such a team and seem to have do much fun together! :D :D
 

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Yeah since his haircut, Kirby is more of a light tan and less auburn/red. His tail is more red as is his ears (weird because Dexter's ears are apricot while the rest of him has turned more off-white).
 

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I've said it before .... will say it again .... Dexter and Kirby are two of the most coordinating dogs I have ever seen!

You might want to look into a doggy modeling agency for those two ...
 

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It's not easy to photograph them together. Kirby looks fine in most shots but Dexter is constantly overexposed. :? I need to work on my camera settings will try bracketing the exposure which may be the easiest solution. I have no issues shooting either one individually but with one dark and one light, most shots go in the trash due to exposure issues. :(

Any photographers out there have a simple solution for an overexposed doodle? :shock:
 
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