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Miles The Ridgeback - Good Friday Run

Discussion in 'Dog Pictures and Videos' started by Ari_RR, Apr 19, 2019.

  1. Ari_RR

    Ari_RR Well-Known Member Registered

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    Baby Miles now runs with proper (big) dogs :)
    At 4 months he is not much smaller, but still has a baby look
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    Good thing we still have places where dogs can run off leash which are not Wild West dog parks. Sadly, there are fewer and fewer of such places.
     
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  2. Mad Murphy

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    Looks like he is having fun.
     
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    Miles you are growing into a big handsome boy :)
     
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    They're really enjoying themselves.
    How is he with little dogs ?
     
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  5. Ari_RR

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    Yeah.. that depends on the little dog. Those who are used to big ones - he plays with and runs around and they chase each other, having a good time.
    But most are not used to big ones. They are curious initially and want to come over, but when they get close and Baby Miles focuses on them, it's like "AH, MONSTER!!! LETS GET OUT OF HERE!!!" But it's too late by then, he is already all over the small dog, jumping around her, playbowing....

    So, we limit offleash time with the few who we know can handle an XL puppy, and with the others - quick greetings with a lot of sausages to prevent him from focusing on them too much.
     
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