Frenchie v. Frisbee: Vancouver, BC
category: Dogs • 1 min read
Frenchie Running With a Huge Frisbee
This French Bulldog, aka a Frenchie, was running after the Frisbee and picking it up to return it to his owner. He never tried to catch the Frisbee while the Frisbee was in the air. He was waiting for the Frisbee to reach the ground and to almost stop. Then, he picked up the Frisbee. He did that for the whole time I was at the park with my own dog.
- The colour of the Frisbee is almost the same as the colour of the grass. Dogs cannot see colours like we, humans, do. They only see the basic colours like only 1 green, only 1 red. They cannot differentiate between a red colour and an orange colour.
- Frenchies are not known for their keen eyesight.
- Frenchies are not good at following instructions, they are very excitable which is one of the reason why it’s extremely rare to see French Bulldogs at agility competitions.
- French Bulldogs are already very prone to back and spinal injuries. Jumping will accelerate these injuries. Which is also why it’s extremely rare to see French Bulldogs at agility competitions.
Camera: Canon 7DMk2 ISO 100 and 1/80s
Lens: Canon 70-200 f/4L IS @200mm and f/9
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