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Recently, we chose that Leo was old sufficient to go on jogs
with us. We even purchased one of those leashes that hooks at my midsection for a
hands-free run. It has been an experience, to state the least. So far, Leo loves
it! up until he chooses he’s done, that is. In the beginning, he is around the
place. He runs from one end of the leash to the other as well as likewise sporadically
stops to mark his area since he absolutely needs to let other dogs know
he was there. He likewise has a excellent practice of running directly in front of me so I
have to actively try as well as not trip over him.
Even when I relocation to one side, he moves with me.
Luckily, this midsection leash has a shock taking in function so
when Leo takes off it’s not as well bad. Although, when he saw a duck the other day
he practically took me down. He’s getting much better at it, as well as I’m getting much better at
scanning the area for ducks as well as squirrels.
After about 20 minutes into the jog, Leo is over it as well as is
ready to go home. He’ll happily jog towards the direction of home, however if we
make a turn away from home, he promptly grabs the leash at my midsection (yes,
he’s that tall) as well as tries to redirect me towards home.
The many entertaining part of the jog is Leo’s interaction
with the sprinklers. because we jog in the mornings, we typically catch a batch of
sprinklers watering the turf at some point. Leo has a love/hate relationship
with them. He likes to pounce into them, however as soon as the water hits him he
takes off. He’ll likewise try to catch the water raining over him. It’s so funny to