A few from the park.

AllieMackie

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We spent some time at

The park... is disgusting. Half snow, half dirt, half mud. Good math, right? Finn loves mud.



He had friends who got equally muddy.


Not Sawyer the colliemix, though. He stayed pretty immaculate, considering.


Border Collie Buds


Friends in mud.


Stella and Finn.


Handsome Sawyer.


Happy, muddy dog.


The end!
 

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Wow, that is some serious mud in the first picture. Looks like Finn has a great time judging by the amount of mud on him!

Love the Golden - so beautiful. :D
 

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Lol holy cow. That's one good thing about short-haired dogs... the mud dries and then just kind of falls off/disappears. =P

Finn is just as cute even when he's caked in mud.
 

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Awww finn looks good in the muddy, rugged look... I think he'd look good in any look though! It suits him and his personality.
 

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I would like to know what kind of forcefield was applied to Sawyer, and where I can get one for my own mud-lover.
 
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Thats even worse than my park. Must be the slow release snow water.

About that thing about dirt falling off short haired dogs. Sometimes that does not work, I have no idea why, but mud sticks to Ruby.
 

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The dog park isn't as much fun without the mud you know? :p

I love that Finn loves other dogs and is very outgoing. I wish I can have a BC like him!
 

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Finn's usually wash and wear for basic mud. This batch required a bath and an extra rinse. :rofl1:

His park is usually fine - it's a combo of grass and dirt, and unfortunately the sewer drain is in the centre of the dirt, thus MUD as so much water goes through it to the sewer drain. Most of the grass is still snow-covered. After a rain it's not even too bad.

I think we'll be avoiding the park until the weather evens out some and the snow is gone. ;)
 
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Yay!!! You let Finn have extra fun by taking him there when it was muddy. You are one good owner! And Finn manages to look handsome coverered in mud, also kinda looks like a nut but he always does
 

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