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Two dogs, one person

Thursday, February 14, 2013

I just got back from my walk, it was a very good walk! I decided to not only take one dog today, I decided to take TWO! That was by far the hardest thing to do. Yesterday, my walking buddy and I both took my youngest, Bear. He's small and very energetic. Well, today, my eldest dog, Tristan, decides to see the leash and get excited. By that time, I had put Bear's harness on and he was ready, all I had to do was put the leash on. Well, Tristan wouldn't let me leave without him.
On the walk, they both decided to stop and mark their territory, several times! Ugh! I was annoyed with both of them by the time we got home.
I am never going to take both dogs with me again unless there is someone else with me who can help me.
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    Well done on going for a walk.
    My concern is, how was the breathing? Where you able to keep a pace you were comfortable with? or did the fur babies set the pace and you were just along for the ride emoticon
    I use to hear.." Just keep swimming, just keep swimming." In my head. Now one of the voices sing, " Just keep sparking, just keep sparking" emoticon emoticon
    Welcome to the site. May you find the answers & support you are looking for.
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    1955 days ago
    Very true, Brenda.
    Murray, thank you. The "take me, take me" is exactly what Tristan did. I hope you enjoy your dog walks as well.
    1955 days ago
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    When you gotta go, you gotta go... emoticon
    1955 days ago
    Good morning from one person with three dogs :-) I have a 15 minute loop in my neighborhod and each morning it is three loops, one dog at a time. I'm guaranteed a 45 minute walk to start my day...only problem is which dog gets to go first, when all of them are saying, "take me, take me". Enjoy your dogwalks!
    1955 days ago
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