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Do you know Maya and Pierson? The beautiful yellow Labrador pictured at the top of this blog isn’t just some random puppy. That is my Maya! She’s been pictured on this blog a number of times, along with my Australian Shepherd mix Pierson. They aren’t just models for pet auto safety products, they have other talents too. Check out some non-travel pet photos of them below:

Maya & Puddle of Mud @ Dog Park

Maya finds a big puddle of mud along one of the dog park nature trails.

Labrador Maya Young's Pool

Maya, bottom right, waiting for me to throw the tennis ball. Lots of other dogs in the background are having a good time.

Labrador Maya Sleeping on Back

Maya likes to sleep on her back.

Pierson Sleeping on His Back

Pierson too.

Dog Pierson Jumping Hula Hoop

Pierson loves agility. Jumping through the hula hoop was the first agility trick he learned.

Dog Pierson Dog Agility Tunnel

Pierson goes through the dog agility tunnel.

Dogs Maya Pierson Sprinkler

Last summer, playing in the sprinkler was Maya and Pierson’s favorite activity.

Do you want to get to know Maya and Pierson even more? Sign up for our other blog – At the top right of our blog is where you will find the email sign up. We post about twice a week. Check out today’s post for Wordless Wednesday to see how Maya and Pierson help out at work. Then check us out on Saturdays where we post about dog training, Maya and Pierson antics, pet health, or other fun dog topics.

For more fun pet photos, check out the Wordless Wednesday blog hop below.

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4 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday – Pet Auto Safety Spokesdogs – Maya and Pierson”

  1. kirbysdawgblog:

    awwww Maya is having the time of her life! You really can tell! 🙂

  2. Christine & Riley:

    OMG!! I love the pic with the doggy pool! What city is that in? And loved the tunnel pic too!!

  3. SephiAndMaya:

    We are in Lawrence. But pools all around the Kansas City area open up at the end of summer for dogs. They only open up for one day and just before they drain the pool at the end of the season. 🙂

  4. Lindsay:

    Wow, that pool pic looks like so much fun! I’m jealous! Our public pools have one day at the end of each summer where dogs can come swim. I’ve never made it, but Ace would love it!