Strike! Playful golden doodles Blake and Adam show off their impressive bowling skills
- Blake and Adam go bowling in their own alley, KT & Lanes in Emmett, Idaho
- Their owner, Terri Simpson, 55, has been training them since 11 weeks old
- Dogs each score a high score of 109 and sometimes even get strikes and spares
Two playful golden doodles have given the term dog bowl a new meaning by scratching strikes while playing bowling in personalized shirts.
Dogs are usually known to play fetch, but Blake and Adam prefer a completely different ball game.
The two playful dogs prop their stuff in their custom shirts and go to their own bowling alley, KT & Lanes in Emmett, Idaho, to get a strike.
Blake and Adam have been bowling since they were 11 weeks old and play in their own alley in Idaho
With Blake and Adam owners running the bowling alley and big human sister Katelyn Simpson being a professional bowler in the Professional Women's Bowling Association, it didn't take long for the couple to fall in love with the lanes.
Owner of the couple of dogs, Terri Simpson, 55, said: “Because we own our bowling center, we have decided whether they would work with us every day, they would know better how to bowle.
Owner of the couple of dogs, Terri Simpson, 55, said: "Because we own our bowling center, we have decided if they would work with us every day, they would know better how to bowle
& # 39; When we were 11 weeks old, we started working with Blake to teach him how to push the ball down a slope designed for children and disabled bowlers. He picked it up in about 20 minutes.
& # 39; When Adam joined our family, we decided to do the same to him.
& # 39; They each have a high score of 109 and they do get some strikes and spares!
& # 39; People like to watch it! We are very proud! These dogs are so smart and learn new activities and tricks quickly! & # 39;
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