Even some of the missed catches at ValleyFest 2018 were keepers!This us Gus (but now we call him Bubbie). He's a rescue and probably has some GSD in him somewhere... but the rest of him is just plain lazy.Harper, running down a Chuck-it at Canon Hill ParkThis 12-year-old Pit Bull couldn't get enough Frisbee during our session at the Dishman Hills Nature ReserveNot as dramatic as a mid-air catch, but still some great action on the ground.Panzer, also known as the "Meat Missle." He was a challenge to catch in the air. So. Fast.Weimaraner in the air. Those ears, and that eye contact!This is Atticus - a deaf Australian Shepherd who couldn't get enough fetch at Canon Hill Park.This Pit Bull with her Frisbee is an absolute killer ... if you're a Frisbee.A candid portrait sneaked in during a fetch session.This is @SmokeyDingo, a rescued Blue Heeler / Australian Cattle Dog, and crazy #InstaDogThis is Lola, a Blue Heeler mix and one heck of a great disc dog who competes with the Spokane Disc Dogs chapter of Skyhoundz.Mist, the Border Collie. This may be my all-time favorite shot.Milton is a rescue with a ton of energy. This was from a dog photography session in North Spokane. Love this portrait from our action session.This picture reminds me of a shark breaching up out of the water. So much energy there!This is a shot from ValleyFest, 2012 with Sandy Reeves of North Idaho School of Dog Obedience. I was fortunate enough to have this image featured in the Spokesman Review that year.This dog's focus, just waiting for that disc to get within reach!I'm not sure Atticus caught this one, but we'll let the picture tell a different story!