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RED BANK, NJ – "Red Bank is going to the dogs. And that's a good thing!" said Mayor Pat Menna.
Marine Park was packed with pooches and pups for the second Red Bank's Dog Days last evening that included a “Luring Course.” This was very cool for the dogs and for the spectators who watched.
What's Luring? It's a route that’s laid out with a tight wire close to the ground. A white baggie/rabbit is attached that zips around a large circular course which zig-zags and the dogs love the chase. Some with great enthusiasm, and some, not so much.
The smart dogs recognized that they could "cut off" the rabbit and a couple even "caught" it to the applause of the audience.
To watch the video of a luring chase, click HERE.
Talk about diversity. From pedigrees to mutts, in all colors, shapes and sizes, checking out each other with the ritual nose "howdy-do" sniff ritual, they were all well behaved.
The pop band The Wag played some excellent tunes which the crowd and canines enjoyed.
Dog-related product vendors circled the park where they gave away dog treats and toys.
Be sure to check out the multitude of pictures on the carousel and look to find who you know along with their 4-legged friends.
To read a previous TAPinto Red article on how Girl Scout Samantha Alter is earning her Silver Award by providing information on the importance of micro-chipping your dog, click HERE.
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