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Had some fun today

Discussion in 'Photography, Artwork & Videos' started by pitbull_24, May 16, 2011.

  1. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    First, we chowed down on some healthy stuff!
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    Then, 45 min later, we decided it was playtime
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    Just waiting for that toy...
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    he is my little harry potter dog... just in the wrong spot haha
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    Im gonna have to build me a springpole!!!
     
  2. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    All done!
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    Forgot this one haha
     
  3. Stonegatekennel

    Stonegatekennel Big Dog

    Looked like fun and nice dog.
     
  4. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    Thanks! I can't wait til I can do more with him like I used to :-)
     
  5. mccoypitbulls

    mccoypitbulls Underdog

    Looks to have energy to burn. Have you tried to feed after play time to tone down a bit and really get the best results. Unique brindle - what lines are the dog down from?What a beautiful dog.
     
  6. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    Mccoy, I wish I knew. Only his dad was "registered", but I never saw the papers. I just saw a pretty puppy and wanted it haha.the owner told me his lines but I can't remember now. His mother was even prettier, she was sorta like a champagne brindle. What do you mean by tone down?
     
  7. MCS

    MCS CH Dog

    Looks like he had a blast. He is a good looking dog for sure can't wait to see him in shape.
     
  8. T-S-I

    T-S-I Pup

    nice looking dog you got over there!! I like him :D
     
  9. bauer

    bauer Top Dog

    Nice looking dog brother...
     
  10. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    Thanks :-) but you got the sex wrong haha :p
     
  11. north av.

    north av. Pup

    i second working the dog empty, and feeding after for best results. (at least a 30 min cool down)
    hansome dog,...nice new england landscape in the back ground btw. =)
     
  12. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    Thanks :-) I love the scenery around here :-) just too wet right now lol
     
  13. ElJay

    ElJay Premium Member Premium Member

    great advice. :-)
     
  14. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    Is any amount of time too much to wait to feed after a workout? Like couple hours?
     
  15. north av.

    north av. Pup

    sort of,... as the dog needs to replenish glycogen stores and there is only a short window for maximum absorption.(between 20-40 mins), but if it's not a real rigorous workout than it's not high stakes and you can feed him whenever. my best advice is to feed around the time you go to bed so the dog sleeps with a full stomach as repair of muscle fibers begins when a animal is in rem sleep when the brain releases growth hormone to aid in repairing muscle tissue. therefore protein is a must at this time to give the body the amino acids it needs to repair and heal at optimal level. I do lots of steroids so I know a little about working out.
     
  16. pitbull_24

    pitbull_24 Top Dog

    Wow. Good info, and no its not too rigorous yet. Probably in a month or so it will be a lot more than it is now.
     

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