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My dog (an Austrailian Shepard) would pee all over the seat and jump for a squirrel.
 

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twyn said:
My dog (an Austrailian Shepard) would pee all over the seat and jump for a squirrel.
LOL :lol:
 

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Not me, but my friend's dog is his best riding partner. She's been with him over many thousands of miles of riding.



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SO wants me to figure out a way to get our Great Dane to ride...Only way I can figure is a Trike with a Side Car...I think someone makes that...Hannigan...they call it a Tri-car...oh well
 

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I don't think he would do too well on the bike.
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twyn said:
My dog (an Austrailian Shepard) would pee all over the seat and jump for a squirrel.
I had a dog that ONCE jumped out of the back of a pickup truck to chase a rabbit. Just once! He came limping and embarassed back to the truck. He was fine by the time we got home. He forgot to limp. (Dogs are smart, sort of. :lol: )

Your Aussie would have to work up to it. A slow speed trip around the block would probably be fun. :D Then there would be the demands for his own jacket, doggles, helmet, gloves, do-rag, etc. :lol:

I have seen dogs that just jump up on the carpeted tank. That's all. :lol:
 
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