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    the crazy lady down the street, put her dogs in a pram. It looks werid

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    lol I'm only a ft 1 inch woman with arthritis in her spine.

    I bet army son has lots of muscles
    He does. He has also developed them picking up 3 kids under 6 yrs old...errrrk, my worst nightmare would be 3 that close in age. Sometimes I wonder with him who his mother is as he is so unlike me, lol.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Could you soak Ollie in a bath of cool water before the walk.

    Frosty lasts a lot longer on warm days when she has access to water, either by puddle, hose, stinky drain (argh) or the sea. I get her to do a proper run if I hose her thoroughly when she starts panting.

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    cant you get him one of those pet hand bags pugs aren't all that heavy are they?? (dont know much about the breed!!)

    I still rkn you could take him, im sure he wouldn't mind some extra sleep time alone :P

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    Hi Puggerup

    That reminds me of our Aussie Terror, who used to be completely resistant to outward bound walks but happy to walk home... So she did the outward bound bit in the basket on the front of Mum's bike. I don't know how we kept it all straight, a basket on the rear wheel would be easier to manage. Or a back to front trike (bike - rickshaw).

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    You could probably find a nice easy bike in the second hand shops for bugger all money. Serious cyclists are always upgrading, and less serious cyclists are always getting rid of their exercise equipment...

    Or you could just get a wheel barrow...

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    Perhaps a kids little red wagon you could pull behind you? Saw a lovely little one in kmart the other day.... Maybe you could even teach Miley to pull it? LOL (joking!!)

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