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Old 05 October 2007, 02:22   #11
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Originally Posted by Hightower View Post
I heard of someone who owned a super Yacht that had a new retractable ladder/pontoon made just because his dog slipped and hurt itself when climbing the old ladder with wet paws.

Sounds good think i will have one front and back

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Old 08 October 2007, 17:12   #12
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I have to say my mutt loves the boat, she's a cocker spaniel, and just loves her fave position between someones knees on a jockey watching the world go by,.. ears flapping in the breeze (cue wife gag )

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Old 08 October 2007, 22:42   #13
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Every dog is different in needs such as life jacket, leash, etc. Many dogs can swim much better than humans so a life jacket might be a waste of money. If you have a water loving dog like my Chesapeake Bay Retriever a leash would be a better choice than a life jacket. My silly dog thinks his dad's boat is a big diving board. Stanley will jump over board at any speed which is why I must keep him on a short leash. I mention short leash because one time Stanley jumped over with a long leash and had a big thrill being dragged along side the boat. Have fun with your dog.

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