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Got My Harness!!!

Discussion in 'Photography, Artwork & Videos' started by ElJay, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. fonzie

    fonzie Top Dog

    nice harness and dogs
  2. dayair1

    dayair1 Premium Member Premium Member

    Great looking dog, my favorite photo of your dog is also the 7th one down from first set.
    Also good choice in color of harness, blue with your jet black dog.
    Got to love those ears :-). I never owned a bull dog with bat ears. But looking at your photos since you've been posting for a while now. I got to say I am definatly starting to like them.
  3. ElJay

    ElJay Premium Member Premium Member

    well we've just gotten started since I just got my harness. first day i drug him almost a mile pulling 14 pounds of chain. yesterday i drug him almost a half mile pulling 18.5 pounds of chain. he's 42 pounds himself. i just go as far as i think he's comfortable doing so. i stop him before he gets too hot. i'm basically going for a 3x a week drag plan. the 14 pounds was too light for him, he was running with it. the 18.5 is good for now, keeps him at a more steady natural pace. we'll work on getting our distance up using it, then start adding more weight. also, keep in mind the length of chain and pulling surface can affect your resistance to drag. my chains are 6' length pieces and the grass i pull through in the field is anywhere from 3" to 12" high.

    also, dragwork is not all we do. he gets swimming, free-running, hiking, springpole and flirtpole also interspersed throughout the rest of the week depending on weather and how he's feeling. the field that we do dragwork, flirtpole, and free-running in is right next to a creek. he loves to swim. so after our workouts, he goes for a swim to cool down and enjoy himself.

    thanks! it's a favorite of mine as well. :-)

    thank you! :-)

    i have no idea if she does or not. but you can email her and ask her. i'm sure she could probably work something out for you. here is her website: BDD Harnesses

    Her email contact is listed on the website. :-)

    thanks! just one dog in this thread tho :-)

    thank you! yeah i think i made a good decision picking out the colors. :-) Haha yeah, I never really gave bat ears much thought until I got Twister. the dog i had before him had one bat ear and one half prick one but they kinda crossed over each other. Twister is my first full-bat dog. And I must say, I love it! He wouldn't be the same without his nutty ears. Maybe you'll get one yourself someday... ;-P

    oh and i figured i'd share a couple more quick pics. took this one before his workout:


    and took this one during:

  4. Bluedog

    Bluedog Big Dog

    Lookin good :) I love those ears, they give him character
  5. ElJay

    ElJay Premium Member Premium Member

    haha, thanks bluedog. he wouldn't be the same without them. :-)
  6. bukskin.banks

    bukskin.banks Big Dog

    Cant wait to see pics of him at the show!
  7. ElJay

    ElJay Premium Member Premium Member

    hopefully i can get some decent ones! my friend who normally takes the good pics for me won't be there this time. but maybe i can find someone to shove my camera off on!

    here's a couple more pics from yesterday. our conditioning is coming right along! just in time for the show!


  8. ganja

    ganja Big Dog

    what a gorgeous dog!
  9. ElJay

    ElJay Premium Member Premium Member

    thanks ganja!

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