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05/08/2014

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Lawrence

Unless it's a trained sledge pulling husky.... If your dogs are pulling on the leash either while you are walking or biking, you are NOT in control of your dog.

As a dog owner that regularly takes his dog running and biking on and off leash, I just loosely hold the leash in my hand, and when I feel the slightest pull, I just yell a command to call the dog to slow down.

If you are telling your dog to pull you and pull on the leash, you might be un-training him to never pull the leash, if you don't do it right.

john h

All he needs now is a recumbent with cup holders. =)

huloo

great friendship :)

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