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    Tons of stoke...


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    Jasper

    This is Jasper, a 2 yr old golden we adopted ~6 months ago; we cannot believe a family with kids gave her up to the dog pound.

    Not yet a trustworthy ride companion, but she does seem to like to hike!
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    A few of my huskies. Bandit, the white one is a 3 year old female and Riley the red one is a one year old male. They are excellent trail dogs. I have had Bandit longer than Riley and she is trained off leash on the trails and never runs off very far. Riley will chase things every now and then but always comes back when he is done playing. I keep them harnessed together so if they both run off they will get wrapped around a tree and get tangled up so I can catch them easier lol
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    Here is Luna (Looney Tunes).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ammiralowling
    You calling me ignorant, you poor under nourished kid? I resent that. I speak from experience and from life experiences. My only point was to warn people about the dangers not to post misleading information. Quite frankly my American Golden would take your little your little dogs to task(and into her mouth) but I'm not going to abuse her and or risk the chance she might get injured by a bike. Go on do a century with your dog. You know you want to. Don't say nobody ever warned you.
    Ummm ..... I've had my golden retrievers out on long rides nearly every chance I could. My old goldie lived to be 15 years old, and probably could have gone longer if epileptic seizures hadn't gotten to her bad. She made more than a couple half century rides with me down fireroads and single track.... but a typical weekend ride with her was about 15 to 20 miles. My new goldie is getting along the same way. Nightly rides down through the park, longer rides out on the weekends.

    Its all in how you condition them. My goldies are constantly active, either running with me on the bike, playing fetch (at high speed), or going out bird hunting during the season.

    Yes, there is risk involved, just like anything. The greatest risk I put my dogs in is actually not from over-excercising them on the bike, but during hunting season. I almost lost a dog once, and am much more careful now... but they would NEVER let me go out bird hunting without taking them along. The second I pull my shotgun out of the gunsafe she's stuck on my heel like bubblegum on your shoe. Probably the second greatest risk with my dog is playing fetch with her. She obsesses with the ball and knows only one speed: Hyper. Now compare that to a nice long slow bike ride, which to her is just a nice slow, leisurly jog?

    Here's my dog, Ginger, with her favorite obsession

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    baby diesel

    Here is the new addition to our family...Diesel! He is half beagle and half australian shepherd. We got him when he was 6 weeks old and he is now 8 weeks. Not sure if he will make a good trail dog since beagles are kind of stubborn and get distracted by smells quite easily. However we are pretty sure our other dog Bailey is a yellow lab / beagle / border collie cross, and while he does have a very strong nose and likes to chase squirrels, when we go riding his attention is on me and the bike. Hopefully this will be the case with Diesel as aussies are very intelligent and make great trail dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammerdog
    I posted a few clips on YouTube o0f my dogs running behind a scooter. I hope I was able to paste this in right. Just in case here is another photo of my team last fall.




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    Awesome thread. Too bad some douchebags had to ruin it with their whining. I quit reading and just looked at the pictures.
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    This is Moxie. She's been backpacking on a few overnighters. She was recently rescued and we're not sure how long she was a stray. She was found in the middle of January cold and pregnant with 10 puppies. After the puppies were adopted out we adopted her. She's a tad skittish and might have had a rough go around prior to us. This fall she'll get some bike training. I regularly ride with a friend who brings his Viszla along for rides and would be a good example for her to learn from.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rabidchicken
    Nice looking Doberman.
    thanks yours too, funny when mine is on the trail she reminds me a deer what's the story with the fawn?

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    Bodacious Little Dog!

    I adopted Bodi from the Stafford Animal Shelter in Livingston two weeks ago, she is a corgi chiwowow cross and they said she had spent her life in a crate. So she is PRETTY PSYCHED to be out in the mountains of Montana. Having a peppy perky little companion is really good for my mood, she is VERY ENTHUSIASTIC about going out for a little biking.
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    Dogs from the shelters are some of the best! Great looking dog you got!

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    me and bono out for a ride!

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    Bonking ... not feelin' well RIP Barney 20_09_2009

    Well today is a sad day Barney was 14 yrs old and not doing well, he had been having good days and bad days and was very picky on what he ate, when he ate, but he still ate, his liver wasn't doing well and he was on medication for that and his heart. He stopped eating anything on Friday so we had to help him eat and he was suffering, today we decided to let him rest. He wasn't my dog, he was my bros (sadly he was out of the island so myself and my other bro had to make the decission, he did call just before we took him to the vet to say don't let him suffer). He was laid to rest @ 10am EST, he was a good dog who was always gave attention to the other dogs and humans. I think that the black female (next to him in the pic) will miss him most as she's already looking for him since came back, she never left his side since I have been here helping look after them for my bro.

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    Remebring

    Wanted to post a seperate reply saying some more great photos of "Mans Best friend" and soem very cute ones in there. Also wanted to post up on a happier note an old pic of Bud I just came across battling a big ol ham bone
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Well today is a sad day Barney was 14 yrs old and not doing well, he had been having good days and bad days and was very picky on what he ate, when he ate, but he still ate, his liver wasn't doing well and he was on medication for that and his heart. He stopped eating anything on Friday so we had to help him eat and he was suffering, today we decided to let him rest. He wasn't my dog, he was my bros (sadly he was out of the island so myself and my other bro had to make the decission, he did call just before we took him to the vet to say don't let him suffer). He was laid to rest @ 10am EST, he was a good dog who was always gave attention to the other dogs and humans. I think that the black female (next to him in the pic) will miss him most as she's already looking for him since came back, she never left his side since I have been here helping look after them for my bro.

    Reast in Peace good boy, rest in peace.
    Sorry to hear that, but i'm glad you all did the right thing. RIP Barney

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    From me Milly & Tommy R.I.P Barney.

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    I got a new addition to the family (family being just me and my other dog Max). Her name is Mya, she's some sort of German Shepard mix... i'm kinda thinking maybe Boxer since she's brindle. Someone left her and 2 others from a litter on a shelter's doorstep, and i (well, actually Max did) picked out the runt. The others were about 12lbs, and she was 8-9lbs. The shelter told me she was about 12 weeks old but they seemed a little shady about it, and i think she's a bit younger than that. She seems to be a quick learner, and her and Max are best friends. They play all day, and she has doubled in weight within about 2 weeks. I cannot believe how strong and agile she has gotten... Max has a hard time catching her and he is no slouch himself (boxer/lab mix).
    I have no clue how big she'll get, but i'm hoping close to his size (65-70lbs) so they can wrestle they way he likes.



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    Sorry to hear Lynx, sad day but least ya have the good mems, no doubt all good ones, nice thing with dogs never any bad ones even when they get into strife they still good mems!

    I'm sure hes chasing a bone where ever he is now too!
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    Just got back from a nice 10 mile morning ride with Ozzy (my ACD) we get home and he runs into the house still muddy, grabs his tennis ball and wants to play. Oh to have that much energy.
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    Thanks for the wishes guys.

    ISAR, your Max looks a lot like a lot of dogs we have down here, including my bros old dog that lived to 17 and was recently laid to rest. That pupo looks like a handful, just like my Bud and yes how they gain size and weight when they're being properly looked after and loved. There's 2 pics below of Bud with my little cousin, the 1st taken a couple weeks ago and the other taken about 4 weeks after I found him - and to note my little cousin has also grown a crap load in that almost year. Bud is almost as big as the 2 other dogs in the pic now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hud
    Dear old Sam, the best Trail Dawg ever.
    I'm sure hikers and other riders were happy to see you and Sam pass on by, and keep going!

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    Had a great ride tonight, wish I had a mount for my camera... Riding at night realy wears him out.

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    Some DH action from the Weekened Course maxxis was into the action and he was by far the fastest on course

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    Here is my pup and her night time getup.


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    Dig is (mostly) an Australian Cattle Dog. She's a high-energy dog that loves to run. At least three times a day I ride around town and in parks with her at my side. I choose the route, and let her set the pace. We've been doing this for five years. It's quite possible that she now has trotted and run over 5,000 miles.

    Here's a video of cattle dogs in action, and a video of Skidboot on TV.

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    Dang what do you feed her?? haha

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    I feed her a bit of most of what I eat, healthy treats, and she always has a bowl of food for high-performance dogs, made by Solid Gold Health Products for Pets.
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    great photos man. how beautiful is that glacial gorge? i wish we had proper mountains here (south australia), like with snow capped peaks.

    that beige dog does look like a dingo, but real dingos are quite reddish in colour. they're almost extinct now, as a species, they've all been interbred with wild domestic dogs and hunted out by farmers and ringers (aussie cowboy).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattCharettePhotography


    Raffi my 1 year old wolf hybrid, state laws prevent me from riding with her off a leash, as a matter of fact they prohibit me taking her anywhere without a leash. If someone in Maine sees a Wolf Hybrid (as if they are going to know it isn't just a Husky or Shepard mix) off a leash they can legally shoot it. She loves to go biking but is limited to the 20 acres behind my house that I own, or a leashed ride, and she doesnt care for that.

    My girlfriend just got a Border Collie pup, you can bet your bottom dollar that as soon as she is big enough she will be out on the bike with me, I have started training her around my property. She may have to lose the pink collar though.
    wolf hybrid?!?! thats awesome dose it have to be on a leash on your property?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsXC
    Interesting thread. Mixed emotions for me. I own a beautiful dog, but do not ride with her. The bottom line is we as dog owners are responsible for our pets. If we choose to walk, or ride with the animal off the leash, it falls on us. Where I live, its against the law to have them unleashed. I admire the well trained animals who are able to run with the bikers. But if a situation arrives, the owner better be prepared to get off the bike, or do whatever it takes to ensure the safty, or comfort of others. I am on both sides here. There are times when I am walking my dog, and a biker hauls past us at a much too close distance. It startles myself, and sometimes the dog. 2 months ago while I was riding, a unleashed large dog decided to run me down. At 1st he was biting at my rear tire. I stopped, and he decided my foot looked like a better object to him. At this point, I reached into my pack, and grabbed a folding baton that I carry. Long story short, I broke his front paw. The owner called the police on me. The owner was cited for unleashed pet, and some wreckless BS charge. I did not choose to persue any other charges. As a pet owner, if my dog ever showed aggression like that, I would drive her head thru the ground! No matter what the situation, a responsible pet must do whatever is necessary to ensure the safty and well being of other animals, and people.
    not to sound curl but i had a dog chase me down and it scary me to death i fell of my bike and it ran at me to say hi i guess and kicked it half way across the trail but i got a weird reaction from the dog it just sat down next to me it was really weird like it was grading me or some thing
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    wish my dog could ride with me but shes to old and she has bad rear leg hurt it climbing a hill cant go down stairs on all four any more but shes a good dog anyway shes a beagle there not the best idea for a trail dog
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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    wolf hybrid?!?! thats awesome dose it have to be on a leash on your property?
    Matts wife here..

    No they are allowed to run free but must be contained one way or another by state law, we have a electronic radio frequency fence that covers an area of 10 acres, we figure that is enough for them to run around and do as they please, we live in the middle of nowhere so its pretty awesome they come in and go out as they please. Great companions even better singers, listening to them howl at the new moon is simply stunning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePinkBarron
    Matts wife here..

    No they are allowed to run free but must be contained one way or another by state law, we have a electronic radio frequency fence that covers an area of 10 acres, we figure that is enough for them to run around and do as they please, we live in the middle of nowhere so its pretty awesome they come in and go out as they please. Great companions even better singers, listening to them howl at the new moon is simply stunning.
    oh OK that's really cool i have never heard of some one having a dog wolf hybrid is it like a husky or some thing or is it bigger
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    This thread got me fired up about getting a dog. I got a Doberman puppy 5 months ago. Couldn't wait to get him out on the trails. He's 7 months now got him out 2x so far. He's a quick learner. Gets ahead of me but looks back often listens well. Still training him got to get pics up of him. One good thing about a dog is they never bailout on a ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    oh OK that's really cool i have never heard of some one having a dog wolf hybrid is it like a husky or some thing or is it bigger
    She weighs 126 lbs her brother weighs in at 140 they are about 93% wolf the rest is a malamute husky mix, they are great around our other dogs, and perfect angels in the house. We have deer and other wild animals on our property often living out in the middle of the Maine woods, and we have not had any issues to speak of, our friends absolutely love them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trailadvent
    Yeah MrC do ya research well on what type of dog you want and what type of energy levels of the dog ya can handle, the perfect trail dog never stops when he's at home..

    Best thing you will ever do
    I pick up my new pup in about three weeks. She is a choc. lab and I am getting her from a breader here in Texas. I have been on the waiting list for almost 2 months now and the rest of his litters are sold out until next spring!

    It is a great experience to see her from the day she was born through now and pick her from the litter.
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    you can tell ,i can tell by every onre of these pics that none of these dogs would be the slightest threat on the trail. if braking to avoid a dog is a life pass in front of your eyes moment ,perhaps riding over possibly wet ,rocks and roots, doesn't suit you either.This thread made me remember trailbuilder jims' orignal husky that i saw on some occasions doing a "rain ride"by himself, at waywayonda,rip.

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    that dog looks like it is straight out of a dog-sledding movie that takes place in Alaska

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePinkBarron
    She weighs 126 lbs her brother weighs in at 140 they are about 93% wolf the rest is a malamute husky mix, they are great around our other dogs, and perfect angels in the house. We have deer and other wild animals on our property often living out in the middle of the Maine woods, and we have not had any issues to speak of, our friends absolutely love them.
    wow that really cool i did not know a dog with that much wolf in it could be domesticated that easy and 126 pounds that's almost a horse
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    Another plus is that because of their scent, and the howling at night we have 0 problems with Coyotes. And the no wild turkeys messing with my garden! yay for natural enemies.
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    ... and if we just ...

    Man, that's some insanely big pups you have there Must be nice though, must feel very safe when out riding with them. As to if you can tell there's wolf in there, yes, I can see it clearly in the faces - damned handsome animals.

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    She weighs 126 lbs her brother weighs in at 140 they are about 93% wolf the rest is a malamute husky mix, they are great around our other dogs, and perfect angels in the house. We have deer and other wild animals on our property often living out in the middle of the Maine woods, and we have not had any issues to speak of, our friends absolutely love them.
    Oh and since this about our dogs and trails and such I'll post up a pic of Bud on a recent trail ride and visit to the beach

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePinkBarron
    Another plus is that because of their scent, and the howling at night we have 0 problems with Coyotes. And the no wild turkeys messing with my garden! yay for natural enemies.
    thats sweet my dog tryed to chase the turkeys out of the yard and it just charged at her and i had to go out and scar it away from the dog those things are mean i hit one when i was rideing and it got up and chased me
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    Riding a mtb is like a reset button, 10 mins in and there is nothing else in the world that matters.
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    theres a grey hound owners walk at waywayonda on sundays at 9 that i see when we ride there,it looks like they get together to share a can of dog food.

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    I just got back from Koda Ranch (www.kodaranch.com) to see the new Wolf Hybrid puppies, and I am pleased to announce that we just purchased a beautiful young male they were just born so we will not have him for awhile . I will post pics when I can! That brings our dog count up to 1 rotty, 1 cattle dog 1 golden, 2 wolf hybrids and my husband. I need a bigger house.
    "There are two ways of spreading light ...
    To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it."
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    Those are all nice trail dogs everyone has,i'm glad Buster and Bailey have race passion.Shhh!.....they don't know there that small.
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