Running out in the pasture today, all seven dogs were running non-stop for almost forty-five minutes. Now, it could look to some like there is some severe dog-fighting going on looking at the quick snap that the camera caught. And a picture like this builds the stereo-type of the mean Doberman Pinscher. The girls in the foreground are playing "My growl is bigger than yours" where they show their teeth and growl back and forth. Often times it ends with a barking contest. In the background the puppies just happen to be running towards each other.
Anyone that knows me knows that in the 30-45 minutes that we were out in the pasture with the dogs I took close to 200 photos. My Jenny in a rare instance was both alone and standing still. As a year old (still puppy) getting her to stand still is a difficult challenge. I am so excited to catch his standing with her ears up. She was carefully watching her mother and the 5 puppies running down the hill and seconds later she took off at top speed to intersect them and the chase was on!