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Moobli
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14-11-2006, 09:32 AM
Great pics one and all - it looks such fun! I would love to have a go.
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14-11-2006, 12:37 PM
Originally Posted by Moobli View Post
I would love to have a go.
Any time you are in our area you are welcome to try !! We have Flame and Moss sized harnesses!
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14-11-2006, 02:20 PM
Originally Posted by Muddiwarx View Post
Any time you are in our area you are welcome to try !! We have Flame and Moss sized harnesses!

Ooh excellent I may have to borrow a Mal though, as not sure Flamey would be up for it these days.
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14-11-2006, 03:41 PM
Brilliant pictures, I enjoyed seeing them all, Thanks
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15-11-2006, 12:42 PM
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Hi love to see the dogs doing what they love best....I would really like crystal and storm to get into pulling sleighs rather than me........not too bad uphills but a bit of a ****** going down while at the same time chasing a ball and then a cat jumping out of knowhere to chase it too, then the two of them chasing both ball and cat......I had to grab hold of a lampost....
sounds like you have adventurous walks!! mee too only kais not fussed about cats really but squirels are another matter she never used to bother but since we moved house theres one that sits in the garden as close as it can get to the dog run tormenting her so now shes out for revenge! (shes nearly knocked herself out on a few trees in the proccess?!? )
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Eastabiznis
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30-01-2007, 03:34 PM
Wow looks like so much fun! I'd lov to be able to give something like this ago with my dog, she pulls like a train. Do they do this eveywhere? I'd live in South Glamorgan and I'd like to maybe have a go first and see how it went.
Are there specific training courses you can go on?
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30-01-2007, 05:56 PM
What breed do you have?
Not really something that there are training xlasses for - best idea maybe to join a breed specific forum and see if you can find anyone in your area to help you!!!
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30-01-2007, 06:42 PM
Hi

I've got a GSD x Husky, I've only had her 8 months shes a stunning dog. But I am biased!
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