Paddle boarding with man's best friend

Gleanna Doyle, of Rhodes Collar Animal Behavior, Training and Wellness in Mystic, nudges Ree Rathbun and Iko away from the dock as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Gleanna Doyle, of Rhodes Collar Animal Behavior, Training and Wellness in Mystic, nudges Ree Rathbun and Iko away from the dock as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Gleanna Doyle, of Rhodes Collar Animal Behavior, Training and Wellness in Mystic, nudges Ree Rathbun and Iko away from the dock as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017.

The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows.

Sue Ko and her Labradoodle Bodhi lead the way paddling under the Rt. 1A bridge as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Sue Ko and her Labradoodle Bodhi lead the way paddling under the Rt. 1A bridge as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Gleanna Doyle, of Rhodes Collar Animal Behavior, Training and Wellness in Mystic, helps Karen Stone and Coco onto their paddle board as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Gleanna Doyle, of Rhodes Collar Animal Behavior, Training and Wellness in Mystic, helps Karen Stone and Coco onto their paddle board as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Michelle Murphy, with Cooper, watch as trainer Gleanna Doyle gives Coco, a four-month old chocolate Labrador, a training paddle as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Michelle Murphy, with Cooper, watch as trainer Gleanna Doyle gives Coco, a four-month old chocolate Labrador, a training paddle as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Jared Priest straps Sasha into his canine flotation device, as Ree Rathbun and Iko, and Karen Stone await their turn to board their paddle boards, Monday, July 10, 2017. Dogs and their humans learned to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington as part of a program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle. The program introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Jared Priest straps Sasha into his canine flotation device, as Ree Rathbun and Iko, and Karen Stone await their turn to board their paddle boards, Monday, July 10, 2017. Dogs and their humans learned to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington as part of a program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle. The program introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Sue Ko and her Labradoodle Bodhi lead the way paddling under the Rt. 1A bridge as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Sue Ko and her Labradoodle Bodhi lead the way paddling under the Rt. 1A bridge as dogs and their humans learn to paddle board together on the waters of Lamberts and Quanaduck Coves in Stonington, Monday, July 10, 2017. The program, a joint effort of Rhodes Collar and Coastline Surf and Paddle, introduces dog owners to paddle boarding with their pets every Monday evening through the summer. Rhodes Collar owner Glenna Doyle says they will go as far into the fall as temperature and wind allows. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

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