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    Ha! Never thought of that. She's such a softie. But I guess she does have that stride at the end of the video.

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    Ruxin

    someone found Ruxin in a dumpster at six weeks old. i have had him ever since. Vet said he looked like a pointer/american bulldog mix and would need plenty of exercise. i bought a mountain bike and have been taking him since he was five months old a few times a week. i only let him go 2 miles when we go. so much funner biking with him for me.
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    This is such a fantastic thread, gives me hope for the human race to see so many people who love and care for their pooches Here's my little guy snuggling in the towels after almost making it back on his morning walk racing a downpoor.
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    My friends Boxer, Nola;
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    My three legged (only three useable) Senior Lab of 12 years out enjoying the snow while I split wood, sad to see him no longer able to Duck Hunt, but he gives the stuffed toys hell.

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    ( I posted in Jeep thread as well, pardon the duplication)
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    Just subscribing. Many great dongies in here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeywrenchMoose
    Just subscribing. Many great dongies in here.
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    You know... dachshunds.

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    My trail dongie.
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    Haha thank you sarguy.

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    I caught my dog sleeping upside down on my couch after playing in the snow, unfortunately the floor creaked and she opened her eyes right before I could snap a photo.

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    Here is my pretty Toller Selkie. This was right after a wonderful spring swim.
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    Can't do as long of rides when he's with me, but the smile on his face makes it worth it:


    Don't let the action shot fool you though, this is what he usually looks like:

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    This is amelia. 1.5 year old shiba Inu/ Pit Bull mix. she is a ball of energy and loves to run. I have taken her on my bike, but only around my apartment complex, still working on it.
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    My girl on the fly with me.



    at the beach.....

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    Love the Minature Schnauzer RoundRockTJ. Looks like one of my dog's growing up; best dog in the world.

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    I need to get my dog some booties because I don't want him to be limping from cut pads anymore. Got any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 92SE-R
    I need to get my dog some booties because I don't want him to be limping from cut pads anymore. Got any suggestions?
    The problem with booties is that they don't allow the dog to use their toe nails. Believe it or not the nails are integral to a dog keeping their balance on obstacles as well as uphill climbing and any slippery surface like ice patches. Think ice crampons. The only time we use booties in the SAR world is for imminent hazards. Such as when dogs search areas where fire has been (buildings, woods, etc), to protect their feet. You firefighters know that burned structures can be "hot" for days. Booties on a dog can lead to slips, falls, and splaying, especially if you are making the dog run. As far as their pads, don't run them on concrete or asphalt. You stand a far greater chance of them sanding down a pad, far more painful and harder to heal than a slice. There is vet wrap (ace bandage like) you can wrap and leave nails exposed. Still akward for their balance.
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    Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarguy
    The problem with booties is that they don't allow the dog to use their toe nails. Believe it or not the nails are integral to a dog keeping their balance on obstacles as well as uphill climbing and any slippery surface like ice patches. Think ice crampons. The only time we use booties in the SAR world is for imminent hazards. Such as when dogs search areas where fire has been (buildings, woods, etc), to protect their feet. You firefighters know that burned structures can be "hot" for days. Booties on a dog can lead to slips, falls, and splaying, especially if you are making the dog run. As far as their pads, don't run them on concrete or asphalt. You stand a far greater chance of them sanding down a pad, far more painful and harder to heal than a slice. There is vet wrap (ace bandage like) you can wrap and leave nails exposed. Still akward for their balance.
    Ive got problems with my pooch tearing her pads as well. I dont run her on the roads, but the rocks and roots get the best of her on the longer rides. I read on some gundog site that dogs with pink pads are more susceptible to pad injuries...perhaps that's my girl's problem. I tried a few different booties without success. The pampered life of plush carpeting is probably the biggest source of problems, as she doesn't have an opportunity to build up any "callouses"

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    Here is one of our chihuahua's, Brutus (yes, he is compensating). He is scared of pretty much everything. You take him outside and let him know that it is hiking time and he is the trail leader and has no fear. He stays on trail, poops off and has great trail etiquette.




    Here is his younger but much larger brother Max. He is great on rides. He runs 5 miles for my every one. He is trained the same as Brutus, except he isn't scared of anything.




    Here is one of them all doing what they do best.

    I am not worn out, I am just taking my bike for a walk!

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    My new trail dog. He's only 9 weeks, so it'll be awhile before he's chasing a bike, but he got his first taste of singletrack yesterday. He's a Finnish Lapphund. They are reindeer herding dogs, so he'll be able to handle a nice long ride as long as it isn't too hot outside.

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    This is still my all time favorite thread...hands down.

    The snow is gone (for now) and I am not sure who is more pumped to get back out in the woods...me or my Irish Setter

    this is from last spring, but pretty much sums up my dog's attitude. just working on my bike in the basement causes him to freak out.

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    Hahaha Yeah my little guy feels the same way. On the drive to the trail last Friday his tail didn't stop wagging, then on Sunday he got out again, but only for some trail work, but he was happy

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    This is still my all time favorite thread...hands down.

    The snow is gone (for now) and I am not sure who is more pumped to get back out in the woods...me or my Irish Setter

    this is from last spring, but pretty much sums up my dog's attitude. just working on my bike in the basement causes him to freak out.

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    She doesn't bike with me, but this is cleo the border collie/cocker spaniel mutt. She rarely slows down for photos unless shes worn out. This is her 5 hours into a 8 hour hike, her first fourteener.


    This one is her on her way around town in the trailer, probably to the dog park.

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    small video we did this weekend of Balfa going nuts when i tell him we are going biking... its like that every day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tartosuc
    small video we did this weekend of Balfa going nut when i tell him we are going biking.

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    That is frighteningly similar to what my BC mix does when I ask her if she wants to do anything - but most enthusiastically when I ask her about frisbee or mountain biking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tartosuc
    small video we did this weekend of Balfa going nuts when i tell him we are going biking... its like that every day!
    That's cool!
    I'd like to try that with Spartacus, but I'm afraid he would snatch the bike side ways as he caught the smell or saw something to the side.

    Here he is playing in the creek with a BC during a workday that we had Saturday.


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    Sparky roams all through the woods and creeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dex
    That's cool!
    I'd like to try that with Spartacus, but I'm afraid he would snatch the bike side ways as he caught the smell or saw something to the side.

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    i'm lucky with Balfa...when we are biking, nothing else matthers to him!

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    Digby Black - boxer cross sprocker spaniel... goes nuts the second I lay my hand on my bike!

    At 3 months last May:


    This afternoon!


    I love this thread...

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    not much of a trail dog yet, but she is my buddy.

    Amelia, Pitbull/Shiba Inu mix, about 2 years old
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    i forgot that i already posted on this a couple months ago, oh well
    It's all downhill from here.
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    Absolutely nothing wrong with another pos, our "children" gorw up and it's nice to update, especially the 4 legged ones, they grow faster than their 2 legged breatherin and are generally more faithful and give unconditional love
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dex
    Sparky roams all through the woods and creeks.
    If the worst was to happen.....
    What is one to do if a dog is to get snake bit?
    I carry a snake bit kit for humans, but not sure what to do for a dog.
    I'm in the woods a lot as my dog does SAR work as well as the occasional trail run. My vet gave me a couple hypodermic needles and 50ml viles of diphenhydramine to give if my dog should she be bitten by a snake. The problem is knowing that it happened. If you see it occur, no problem. If your dog gets lame or very tired quickly and you suspect it. You need to look him over for a bite. Very hard to find on long hair dogs by the way. Don't do any snake bite kit stuff, just keep the dog calm and take immediately to vet. Most dogs can survive a bite, they have a whole different immune system from ours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryguy79
    This attitude sucks. There is no need to belittle him for taking evasive action and injuring himself rather than creaming the dog. Who are you to make that judgment, not having been there?
    That is just as laughable. People, if you can not avoid a stupid dog, you sure can't avoid a child on bike either and need to be off the trail because you are not in control of your bike. Just because you can go 50mph does it mean you should into a blind turn ? It is public and nature ridden bike trail. You must share it, you do not own it, if you want to own one, build one and stay in your own yard please.

    And since u did not read thread, I will tell you , it never happened, he never got injured. He was just whining his case off topic, in a thread that he did not start and had no reason to post in other than to think somebody cares about his what he thinks of others who have fun with their dogs while biking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarguy
    I'm in the woods a lot as my dog does SAR work as well as the occasional trail run. My vet gave me a couple hypodermic needles and 50ml viles of diphenhydramine to give if my dog should she be bitten by a snake. The problem is knowing that it happened. If you see it occur, no problem. If your dog gets lame or very tired quickly and you suspect it. You need to look him over for a bite. Very hard to find on long hair dogs by the way. Don't do any snake bite kit stuff, just keep the dog calm and take immediately to vet. Most dogs can survive a bite, they have a whole different immune system from ours.
    Thanks for the info!
    This morning I was reading up on some stuff before we headed out later in the day.
    http://www.ripleysghosttowns.com/snakebit.html

    While doing trail work, we walked up on 1 snake, luckily I had him on his leash because he would have gone after it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarguy
    I'm in the woods a lot as my dog does SAR work as well as the occasional trail run. My vet gave me a couple hypodermic needles and 50ml viles of diphenhydramine to give if my dog should she be bitten by a snake. The problem is knowing that it happened. If you see it occur, no problem. If your dog gets lame or very tired quickly and you suspect it. You need to look him over for a bite. Very hard to find on long hair dogs by the way. Don't do any snake bite kit stuff, just keep the dog calm and take immediately to vet. Most dogs can survive a bite, they have a whole different immune system from ours.
    Thanks for post, I am fortunate, not much threat in Kentucky area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1362
    Thanks for post, I am fortunate, not much threat in Kentucky area.
    I don't know about that, you've got copperheads. Most dogs end up stepping on snakes which leads to bites on legs. Majority of the snakes I see when riding are non-poisonous and I end up almost crashing to avoid them because I think it’s just a stick on the trail.
    A good training exercise for your dog (while on lead) is to allow it to approach a non-poisonous snake. Most snakes will go defensive and strike at the dog. Once the dog sees that behavior, he’ll tend to leave snakes alone. It will also give you an idea just how fast your dog’s reflexes are. All basic animal instinct stuff. BTW they say only stupid dogs get skunked twice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarguy
    A good training exercise for your dog (while on lead) is to allow it to approach a non-poisonous snake. Most snakes will go defensive and strike at the dog. Once the dog sees that behavior, heíll tend to leave snakes alone. It will also give you an idea just how fast your dogís reflexes are. All basic animal instinct stuff. BTW they say only stupid dogs get skunked twice.
    Then that ought to be no problem here with our Black Racers.
    The Black racers at The Nox have some serious bad attitudes, stand their territory and strike if you get close.

    This is a small 3' Black Racer, he got all upset and was striking at me when I was weedeating/trimming a trail.


    This fella here is about 5 to 6' long. I ran across him, also while doing some trail work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dex
    Then that ought to be no problem here with our Black Racers.
    Excellent training aides! It's really amazing how quickly dogs learn adversary actions. When my dog was a year old she ran over to a horse trough where three large horses were drinking. She went to stick her head through the electric fence to join them and got shocked right on her chest. Ever since then she gives horses a wide zone to pass. She thinks they are electric! Really pays off on the combined trails. Horse people think I have a wonderfully trained dog.
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    this is a great thread! i love seeing pups getting out there and having fun. once i can post pics ill post up my best friend and riding buddy.

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    here is my buddy, Ellie. she is the reason i got back into biking, so i have a way to get her more exercise.

    she is a German Shorthaired Pointer, and has psychotic amounts of energy.


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    Brutus is biking, skiing or running 5-6 days a week with me.

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    That's Teddy, my pit bull/ corgi mix. He goes on hikes with me during cooler weather. At 14" at the shoulder and 50 lbs he's not exactly built for running long distance.

    He does like jumping:



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    LMAO Yeah, despite their short stature, Corgies seem to have some jump to them, or maybe it's when you cross them with something else. My little guy is Corgie mixed with what I believe is Golden Retreiver and only about same height, but not nearly as heavy as your guy (bout 30-32lbs), but he can jump. He used to jump so high and didn't like me to leave him that I couldn't leave him at my bros while I went biking or he'd jump the fence and the fence is about 4ft. Oh, good looking little guy Bet he doesn't like to let you go biking without him, no matter his lack of runnning ability. Max I've taken my little guy is about 7 miles, with loads of stops for water and rest.
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    That's Teddy, my pit bull/ corgi mix. He goes on hikes with me during cooler weather. At 14" at the shoulder and 50 lbs he's not exactly built for running long distance.

    He does like jumping:

    I'm 6' for reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisg67 View Post
    here is my buddy, Ellie. she is the reason i got back into biking, so i have a way to get her more exercise.

    she is a German Shorthaired Pointer, and has psychotic amounts of energy.

    Love the GSPs.
    This is Gunnar a few years back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woody.1 View Post
    Love the GSPs.
    This is Gunnar a few years back.
    nice! there is something quite special about GSPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    LMAO Yeah, despite their short stature, Corgies seem to have some jump to them, or maybe it's when you cross them with something else. My little guy is Corgie mixed with what I believe is Golden Retreiver and only about same height, but not nearly as heavy as your guy (bout 30-32lbs), but he can jump. He used to jump so high and didn't like me to leave him that I couldn't leave him at my bros while I went biking or he'd jump the fence and the fence is about 4ft. Oh, good looking little guy Bet he doesn't like to let you go biking without him, no matter his lack of runnning ability. Max I've taken my little guy is about 7 miles, with loads of stops for water and rest.
    He doesn't like me going anywhere without him. I'd probably give him a go on some less traveled trails when it's colder, but I think his penchant for trying to kill everything that moves in the woods would keep that from working out too well. When hiking I can pay him more mind and keep him from chasing things.

    ETA: I think this pic adequately conveys his passion for catching small animals:



    He's about 7 ft up a tree where he saw a squirrel. He fell out once he realized he couldn't go any higher.
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