So on to the types of dogs one may or may not see at the doggy park
The I want to play with everyone DogThis dog thinks that everyone is it's friend. She thinks that every dog is there to play with her. She is the first dog to greet your dog and the dog that makes it very difficult to leave. She is the dog that is at the center of every game, trying to steal your dogs' tennis ball and making sure she gets pet by everyone.
The Anti- Social Dog
This dog refuses to play with any one. Whether it be because the dog has a tennis ball, Frisbee or toy they they WANT to play with and NOT share, or because the dog is just mean, this dog ignores every one (This is Winston when we bring his tennis ball to the dog park) Sometimes, if you hide the toy this dog will play. Other times, this dog will just stand by their parents legs and growl at all the other dogs there.
The I'm going to try to mount every dog
I feel this dog is just...well explained by the title. There is that one dog who is there all the time where the owner is off somewhere not watching him and this dog feels the need to assert his dominance over all the other dogs.
The Little dog who thinks he is a big dog
This too is also Winston. This dog is usually around 20 lbs or less but plays with the dogs who are 3 to 4 times his size. By this dog is usually the big dog who thinks he is a lap dog. They go hand in hand and are super fun to watch playing together.
I know it;s not much, but that is about all that I've got right now. As I said this post is not to inflict any harm by any means, just to show some funny sides of the doggy park.