Dogs take over Arvada pools

Posted 8/22/17

Abby the yellow lab swam around the Lake Arbor Pool Aug. 19 with a red ball in her mouth. It was only her third time going swimming, but her owner, Arvada resident Stephanie Olofson said she couldn’t get her out of the pool.

“She’s loving …

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Dogs take over Arvada pools

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Abby the yellow lab swam around the Lake Arbor Pool Aug. 19 with a red ball in her mouth. It was only her third time going swimming, but her owner, Arvada resident Stephanie Olofson said she couldn’t get her out of the pool.

“She’s loving it,” Olofson said as she swam next her her dog.

Abby was just one of the area dogs that traversed upon the neighborhood pool Saturday for the annual dog swim. Both Lake Arbor and Seacrest Outdoor Pools hosted a dog swim day to symbolize the end of the season. The pool officially closed to the human public Friday, Aug. 18. The dog party was the final hoorah for the swim season.

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