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I know it's been an awful week, but thought I'd give

something to bring a smile:

Tamsen's Dogster Page

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So cute. :-4
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It's not the dog who is cheating. Maybe somebody could get out of the chair and walk the dog. :thinking:
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^Maybe somebody is in a wheelchair and can't.

Maybe somebody doesn't want to expose their dog

to icy, salted roads.
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valerie;1425046 wrote: ^Maybe somebody is in a wheelchair and can't.

Maybe somebody doesn't want to expose their dog

to icy, salted roads.


Fair enough, just an observation.
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They might be working out with the dog. Where do you get the assumption that the owner is neglecting the dog, HW?
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tude dog;1425050 wrote: Fair enough, just an observation.And another poorly thought out one.
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Ahso!;1425051 wrote: They might be working out with the dog. Where do you get the assumption that the owner is neglecting the dog, HW?
What are you talking about.
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Ahso!;1425052 wrote: And another poorly thought out one.


WOW, my first stalker.
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Maybe because animals and treadmills are funny.

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tude dog;1425050 wrote: Fair enough, just an observation.


Understood.

I know with my recently adopted two year old gsd, even a brisk one hour

walk in the mornings isn't enough to tire her out. I'm thinking as the days

lengthen (and I can do it when it's cool) I might give her TWO most days,

in addition to all the mental stimulation.

She had 8 hours at day care last Friday, one where they have webcams and

you can check in on them all day, and every time I saw her she was having a ball,

yet still dashed around when she came home.

I think the owner in the OP must really love the dog, enough to take a video

and post it. my experience, loving owners do that kind of thing!
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valerie;1425061 wrote: Understood.

I know with my recently adopted two year old gsd, even a brisk one hour

walk in the mornings isn't enough to tire her out. I'm thinking as the days

lengthen (and I can do it when it's cool) I might give her TWO most days,

in addition to all the mental stimulation.

She had 8 hours at day care last Friday, one where they have webcams and

you can check in on them all day, and every time I saw her she was having a ball,

yet still dashed around when she came home.

I think the owner in the OP must really love the dog, enough to take a video

and post it. my experience, loving owners do that kind of thing!


Tell you the truth, I am envious of a dog on a treadmill. I dunno how many times weather is just gawd awful, but my dogs just don't care. Every time I move, they run to the door, or just get anxious. Then there I am putting on the boots & gloves, or shorts and T-shirt.

Winter/summer, both extremes. At least summer I can take them to the lake/river and they just run around as I fish.:)
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I know with my recently adopted two year old gsd, even a brisk one hour

walk in the mornings isn't enough to tire her out. I'm thinking as the days

lengthen (and I can do it when it's cool) I might give her TWO most days,

in addition to all the mental stimulation.


I've taken my dalmation a thirty mile mountain bike ride and not managed to tire him out. One hour walk? Get a bike go as fast as you can for an hour - that'll do it -- maybe. Or just get him fitter so you have to go further.

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