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post #51 of 66 Old 02-11-2011
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Can someone tell me what kind of dog that is in the photo in reply #15 from TomMaine?

Sure is a cutie!
Thanks. He's a long haired Jack Russell, Irish shorty version. All grown up now, with wings. They're good boat dogs. We have two. Sailing with a dog?-flying-goose-dog-3.jpg
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Dog life vest

Our dog Maggie loves sailing and uses piddle pads when we are on the boat, has since she was a pup. We need to get her a life jacket since we're going to be sailing for 4 months soon. Can anyone suggest what brand they have and are pleased with. The original life jacket we had for her would slip off her head so need a much better one. Thanks!!
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Goldie likes her Ruffwear

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I tried one a dog lifejacket that didn't have a collar piece and took it back. This ruffwear version attaches unter her chest and has the collar that holds her head up in the water. She likes it I guess, never a fuss putting it on.

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Our whole dock is dogs.
Dock Six Chronicles: Dogs On The Dock
Finn ...



and Inky sail with us,





Bas (or Baasje, depending upon your nationality) is a constant crewmember to our dockmate Jack:



and there are several others who make up their own happy-go-lucky pack

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Don't bring a dog on your boat, to Avalon!

I left my dog aboard for a couple hours, with water and shade. The Harbor Patrol came and took him, they refused to return him for 10 days, till I went to court and proved that I didn't leave him on the boat without food and water for 48 hours as they falsely accused me,(because he barked and disturbed the locals) In court they told me that "dogs don't belong on boats" If you don't believe this, call there Animal Control officer and ask her, she will likely tell you the same thing. .

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Clancy usually relaxes, as long as Mommy is within sight!

We went for the "Paws Aboard" life jacket.
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Clancy usually relaxes, as long as Mommy is within sight!

We went for the "Paws Aboard" life jacket.
Merit25lovers, is that Cayuga Lake? I used to live in Ithaca, NY and I swear it must be!

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Merit25lovers, is that Cayuga Lake? I used to live in Ithaca, NY and I swear it must be!
Excellent observation Captain!!! Yes it is! That's the southern tip just outside Allan Treman Marina! A beautiful area, isn't it?
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Scottish Terriers don't swim very well (stubby legs), so, we have to keep an eye on him.
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Excellent observation Captain!!! Yes it is! That's the southern tip just outside Allan Treman Marina! A beautiful area, isn't it?
It is an incredible spot! I used to have a slip at Lansing Town Park! What a hoot!

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