Wordless Wednesday: Dogs Got “Game”!

by Mary Haight on February 23, 2011

Dog Saving Network trains dogs- and how! – using skills and creative talent to capture the imaginations of the adoption-ready public, helping rescues save more dogs. Here’s one example from a few years ago, a different kind of dog “game”:

Chris Dignan, positive dog trainer, has started a not-for-profit organization and is raising funds for a building to house his training program.  Find out more about what he’s doing, how to volunteer, and more at his rescue and awareness center site .

(Although I know Chris through comment exchanges here and at his blog, a hat tip goes to Lisa Spector who left this video which I recognized as Chris’s,  at Edie Jarolim’s Facebook page.)

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10 comments
Chris Dignan
Chris Dignan

Hey Mary, I haven't been on your blog in a while and I came across this. Thanks for the post!!!!! Thanks for all of the positive comments about the video too. We'll make more:)

Kristine
Kristine

Tor, the dog with the tie and the ace, totally stole my heart. I am so glad he is living in a great home now. Hopefully they have helped teach him that cheaters never prosper. ;-) Thanks go to Chris for working so hard to help dogs in such a positive way.

Kristine
Kristine

This is so great! What an awesome facility and another great positive adoption view. Thanks so much to your friend Chris for doing all he can to help dogs in such a positive way. It's really inspiring.

Carrie Boyko
Carrie Boyko

I had forgotten about this video. Thanks for replaying it--so cute.

veryvizsla
veryvizsla

naughty doggie hiding the ace card under the table :O

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