There’s a lot to like at the annual Easton Waterfowl Festival, but nothing gets this Spy more excited than the North American Diving Dogs. If you haven’t enjoyed them, be sure to plan on it next year. You won’t be disappointed.
This year’s event featured dogs of all skills and abilities. Visitors could let their own pets try a jump and many “amateur dogs” gave it a try. While some “pro” dogs managed jumps of more than 20 feet, amateurs sometimes managed only one or two feet. We loved them all. Our own goldendoodle declined a try–a good idea.
Because diving dogs are so spectacular, we could not resist snapping a few pictures. Here is a series of seven shots of one of this year’s more athletic canine participants.
This Spy sends special thanks to the Waterfowl Festival Inc, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to wildlife conservation, the promotion of wildlife art and the celebration of life on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.