DiscDogger Weekly #26 | Rolling, Rolling, Rolling

Rolling discs and UpDog Roller Applications feature heavily in this week’s show. Add in a few rounds of TimeWarp and a reworking of a Flash Jam from last week’s show and that’s a wrap on Episode #26.

DiscDogger Weekly #26, a weekly online disc dog show. Check it out on Roku or Firestick TV and be sure to Like | Share | Subscribe to our YouTube channel. This piece brought to you by Patrons of Pawsitive Vybe and HeroDisc USA

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