Run, Zoe, Run!

So what do you do after a long run? Jump in an ice bath? Take a nap?
Meet Zoe, our Weimaraner. She just finished running ten miles - a record high for her! After our long run, she thought it would be fun to play catch. There she is flying through the air after her favorite ball. After quite a few throws, it looks like she's finally almost as tired as I am!


Comments

  1. Love, love, love Zoe!!! She's so cute! And it looks like she may be ready for a half-marathon soon. :)

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  2. What a cutie! I take my dog running with me too! Her record is eight miles! Don't you just love running with your dog?

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  3. I would love to just stretch out like Zoe after my runs. She looks so cool and relaxed.

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  4. Ahhhh, that contented, satisfied look after a good run - Zoe is an absolute doll!

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  5. I personally have to ice after my long runs. Well anything over 14, for me, it's mandatory. Helps with the recovery so much. In the past, I was never a napper, but since the big 40, things are changing. Sometimes, I just need that 15-30 min snooze. Zoe is a cutie.

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  6. Aww, Zoe's so cute! Sounds like you both had fun. My husband used to have a Weimaraner.

    When our lab was younger I took her running with me, but probably only 4 miles at the longest. It was at a place with a dirt trail surrounding the bay and she could run off leash into the water and swim, which she loves to do. Now that she's 8, running that far seems too much for her.

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  7. I'm jealous, Tina! I love my golden retreiver, but she has no stamina --- so two miles is pretty much as far as she goes before collapsing. She prefers the swimming pool, anyway! Seriously, though, I love the Weimaraner breed. You have a beautiful dog!

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  8. wow 10 miles! and energy to play fetch?! i should've been a dog... :)

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  9. She's gorgeous!!! How nice to have a running "buddy"! ;)

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  10. Zoe is beautiful! I looooove Weims! We have two! One 2 years old and the other about 15 weeks! I run with the older but I've never taken him longer than 4 miles.

    What kind of running gear do you bring a long with her? Do you have any doggie water bottles or the special hands free running leash? I am thinking of ordering one off line. Now that its cooler here in Tallahassee I think he can go further.

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