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Old 07-03-2018, 08:41 PM   #5
rott-pei
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You were right about having them run around before their walk. However this is Southern Arizona in the summertime. It’s 100° at 5:34 PM cooler than yesterday LOL

Mornings I’m already getting up at 05:00. I would need to get up earlier to get them together right away. Even though I know a good dog is a tired dog, I guess I’m not willing to get up earlier.

I’m dog sitting another neighbors dog this evening. She’s extremely high energy and pulls on the leash to the point where she’s gagging. Halfway through the walk she finally slows down. I’m hoping the temperature will drop a bit so I can let them both in the yard for a while. I normally walk my dog around 7pm or so. Sometimes the temperature doesn’t drop a bit - sometimes it does.

Thanks you are right about a tired dog.
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