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My Dog Likes to Run explains how to train your dog to pull you on a scooter. The dog must become a lead dog to do this job. The author explains with stories, lists, and instructions supplemented by photos and line drawings. Dog scootering is fun and a source of pride as strangers marvel at your obedient, happy dog. Dog powered sports are growing quickly in popularity according to "Mushing" magazine. The problem with dog sledding is you need several dogs and snow. With a scooter anyone with an active dog weighing 30 pounds and up can enjoy traveling through the city or into the country on any snow free day.
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Daphne Lewis is the proud owner of Rubromarginata, a rottweiler, who navigates his scooter across pedestrian crosswalks in cities and over narrow log bridges on back country trails. When Daphne is not out scootering on weekends and after work, she is promoting bamboo as the new farm crop for American farmers and bamboo laminated flooring as the "green" product of the next decade.
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Book Description DaphneWorks, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110966814215