hmmm, why doesnt that suprise me :lol:OrsonDogge, where can I find horsewhips? They one we had my wife broke over my a$$.
:lol: I'll check it out. Thanks!OrsonDogge said:hmmm, why doesnt that suprise me :lol:OrsonDogge, where can I find horsewhips? They one we had my wife broke over my a$$.
i guess i would check online, maybe ebay. i got mine here (and that is one i have):
Nice!!! I am going to build a single pole spring pole soon. My wife said NO, but I don't care. I am building it anyway!!!KyleB said:Al, I think this is the one I was thinking of -
Carrie's from Parkin Bulldogs
She's a woman. Women are irrational creatures. :lol: But I will give her that advice.KyleB said:Why'd she say no? :\
Tell her she can get stencils and paint girly-crap all over it or something... :]
:lol: Noted. Thanks.RNBzie said:I got my flirt pole/ Horse whip at petsmart...it was like $12...what I do is tie one of Busters toys at the end and away we go....just becarful when they grab it and pull....because its a whip it will injure any bystanders if they let go or lose their grip.
They are for both fun and help...Fun because it is a different activity for your dog, more than just playing fetch and gives you opportunity to do some bonding with your dog. These tools/ toys help keep your bully exercised, entertained, and out of trouble. Both the spring pole and flirt pole promote calisthenics (i.e. strength, power, balance, agility), just my $.02.daisypup said:im going to be the stupid one and ask if these are just for fun or if they help/do something lol :wink: