November 6th 2013 9:01 pm
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Most people think that swimming is a skill that all dogs naturally have, just as barking is (for the record, I never bark). Whoever first coined the term doggy paddle was very misinformed, dogs do NOT swim. Maybe, some dogs are naturally amphibious, born with a set of fins and lungs able to breathe in water . . . I have yet yo see that at the pool. I think most dogs will sink like a sack of bricks when tossed into the swimming pool . . . just like me!
All knowledgable scholars have announced that Frenchies do NOT know how to swim!!! For some reason my family still insists that I learn how to swim!
My first swimming lesson involved me frantically kicking and making splashes 10 feet high. I thought I had done something bad that is why my family is torturing me!
Fast forward 3 months . . . I am able to swim!
I would like to add, I can swim - I do NOT like to swim!!!
Check out my swimming video (above my page at My Video)!
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I loves swimming! And us westies aren't supposed to like it either, but I's loved it since I were a baby.
Oh my Zoe! At least I know some other fur is having the same trouble! I don't swim either and very rarely bark too! My firt experience with a swimming pool, I sunk!
Have a great Day!
Yeah, us Westies is supposed to sink, too, but I swim... and Whitley, she is obsessed with da water!
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