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Young Ridgeback in the forest

Discussion in 'Dog Pictures and Videos' started by Ari_RR, Aug 31, 2020.

  1. Ari_RR

    Ari_RR Well-Known Member Registered

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    It's good to be able to take Baby Miles out for an off-leash run in the forest, watch him having fun, take pictures, and forget the troubles of the world for a little while :)
    1 year 9 months old. The boy is growing up.
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    It’s why we have dogs, to see them run, leap, investigate, great pics as always.
     
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    He is so loving the life and it shouts out from every single photo of yours. I envy that you are able to let him loose in the forest. If I were to do that, I would not see my girl(s) for hours..and that's being hopeful. Does he chase any forest creatures at all?
     
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    Ari_RR Well-Known Member Registered

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    He chases all kinds of forest creatures! :D His interest in chipmunks is less than it used to be, but squirrels and up in size - yes! Never catches anything, not even once. Deer is the best to chase. In the woods deer have advantage running through the bushes, and he gives up quickly, 5-10 min max... Always comes back from unsuccessful deer chases very happy and tired, and often with scratches and cuts. As someone once said "Look at this Ridgeback - not a mark on him. The saddest thing".
    But because he does chase - he always wears his high visibility harness. For us to be able to see him in a distance, and for others not to mistake him for a wild animal.
     
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    You can see the developing power in him. He is gorgeous!
     
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    When my dogs hunt the collar comes off and no harness as less chance of injury , but dogs at speed in woods is a worry that we live with.
     

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