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Old 03-30-2006, 04:58 PM   #1
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I take the dog with my skateboard. It tires him out a lot. Sometimes he pulls me around on flat ground like a sled dog. Anyone else do this?

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i tie my dog to my skate board(which is mote control) and she runs ahead of me and pulls me. i help her out a lil by pressing go. she loves it and she gets the exercise she needs.

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How well does your dog do when walking on a leash?

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Im asking both of you? Your dog walks beside you on the leash with no pulling?

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okay okay. we take maybe 2 walks aday and maybe 4 is possible for 15 mins in each walk.

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When going downhill my dog runs either beside me or ahead of me. On flat ground the dog will drag me around or I will pedal and he will run ahead of me. I try to keep the pulling to a minimum but if I am going very fast and he stops then he's going to be forced to keep running with me.

I do it to tire him out. He's a very high energy dog and when he's restless he starts destroying things and acting evil.

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Old 03-31-2006, 08:46 AM   #8
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my dog is always in front of me. she wont stop runnin! i have to pull the leash back really quick and make her slow down, its not easy when your dog sees a squirel neither! she runs as fast as she can and she wont stop even when i pull on the leash or call her name. poor squirel must be scared to death! and my neighbors laugh at lady. sum do sum dont sum call her a ugly @$$ dog cause they dont have a dog them selves or they really hate her(?) i dunno.

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LOL Kelsie couldn't do that in the UK the paths are far too bumpy
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This is why I dont suggest letting your dog pull you on skateboards, etc. They learn to pull. Unless they are great at walking on a leash first, where they walk beside you and do not pull. I would not encourage them to pull.

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