Below are Brody and Kaiser, German Shepherd rescues. I don't think I've ever seen more handsome rescue dogs in my life. I don't know who would give up on such beautiful dogs; but their owner, Sean of Indianapolis is thrilled to have them. I've seen a lot of well primped dogs who don't look as good as these two. Brody and Kaiser enjoyed the whiz sound of the zipliners zipping past St. John's Church in front of the Convention Center.
|Brody front, Kaiser back|
There were lots of working dogs too. As to be expected, many were German Shepherds.
Diesel, Ft. Wayne, IN
Above is Diesel from Ft. Wayne. He's trying to listen in on his handler's cell phone conversation. After the man hung up, Diesel did his thing--sniffing my bag and the bags of other reporters and cameramen. I couldn't get Diesel in action because the Super Bowl Super People were rushing me along; but here's another dog in action that did pretty much the same thing. It happened so fast, that it really was--like the picture--a blur.
Then there were Rowdy and King. Both worked for the Department of Homeland Security. Both were Labs. King is the black Lab in the top picture. From the nose down, I kinda think he looks like his handler. Rowdy is the yellow Lab below King. He looks like his master too. Isn't that the way it's supposed to be? The dogs and handlers did a masterful job sniffing around media headquarters of the JW Marriott Hotel.
And then there were regular dogs who just took a walk, or a seat around the Super Bowl Village. Below are Goldendoodles Finlay and Jackson. Neither is golden, but their personalities were. Both charmed the passersby who wanted to pet them. They loved it, and their owners did too.
|Finlay, brown Goldendoodle|
|Jackson, black Goldendoodle|
So there you go for Super Dogs. They really were a part of Super Bowl 46. It just goes to show that the Super Bowl is for everyone, and that includes the dogs.