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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Olivia and her Skateboard (Video) Wordless Wednesday

So here is Olivia riding her skateboard. Right now we are still on the flat ground part of the training, soon we will try out some small hills (and hopefully she'll put her other feet up on the board as she gains momentum)!




27 comments:

  1. It's a long skateboard too. PAWsome job. Happy BlogPaws WW. Golden Woofs

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  2. Olivia is adorable. I'm also a Facebook fan now! Practice makes perfect

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  3. I am sooo impressed! I simply must teach Bentley to ride a skateboard now. Thanks for the tutorial!

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    1. it's fun and it isn't too hard if your dog enjoys learning new tricks!

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  4. Very cool! Wish i were that talented - WOOF!

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  5. What's next - surfing :-) Way to rock the skateboard Olivia!

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    1. haha maybe if she wasn't afraid of water... :P

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  6. Olivia is so talented! Love Bostons. XS Talent Hounds

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  7. Oh, so THAT'S how dogs learn to ride skateboards. For some reason I thought they just magically knew how.

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    1. I thought so too! but apparently not, apparently it's a teachable trick... lol

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  8. She is sooo adorable! She is doing super well!!!!!! I would never be as patient as you are!

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    1. thank you! yeah it's tough to be patient sometimes...

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  9. Oh very cool! You're both doing such a great job! I'm with Princess - don't some dogs just magically know how to do these things? ;)
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  10. That is very cool! It's on my long to do list of tricks.

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  11. Wow ... I'm impressed. Not only by Olivia's attempt to learn a very hard trick but also by how adorable she is. My grandparents had Bostons growing up, so they have a special place in my heart.
    Keep practicing ... and Olivia will be a pro in no time :)

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  12. Gonna be so cool when she has all 4 feet up! Great work, that must take TONS of patience (and treats too :)

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