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  • John P // Jun 29, 2012 at 7:33 AM

    Great article. I love that you touched on controlling your dog while jogging/running with a short leash, and keeping your dog on the same side each time they walk. The first rule of dog obedience requires that your dog accept that YOU are the master, and if you’re letting your dog run all over the place, around you, back & forth in front of you, etc., then who’s the boss? Hint: it’s not you ;)

    Another reason to take it slow when starting out is your dog may be used to running around in your house on carpeted floor, or in your backyard on nice soft dirt. Now you take her running out onto cement and if you go too hard, too fast, for too long, you’ll tear up the pads of her paws.

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