The man’s name was Alex Stein and the dog’s name was Ashley and was a Whippet. He had discovered, that his dog was willing to do anything to catch a Frisbee. Running, jumping, spinning, nothing was too crazy for Ashley. At halftime of the game, Alec ran onto the field with Ashley and gave a splashy dogfrisbee show, until he was arrested! The president of the International Frisbee Association, Irv Lander, coincidentally also present at the same baseball game, got tremendously excited. He paid the bail for Alex Stein.
Frisbeeing with your dog is not the same every time, keeping it engaging for both dog and handler. The variety of throws is enormous, the dog and possibly the handler can perform all kinds of tricks, while catching the disc is the reward. Most dogs and handlers, once started, become addicted to the sport.