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    Lol Ive seen those prams too. I think they can only hold upto 20kg? may be wrong though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    Serious don't dare me cause I will...I'd push my adult girl in a pram
    and she would let me..Bahahaaaaaaa
    I could just see me pushing a big mastiff in a pram and being on the news..
    LMAO

    The dog pram was it suitable for a Dogue ??
    Maybe my newfies can pull your dogue's





    I was looking at it from possibly something that we could allow our dogs to pull with some minor adjustments

    Running on the sand is much kinder to joints, compared to running on roads...that would be more what i would worry about
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    running with a wet coat at beach and sand in your coat is far harder work, than on dry land due to added weight of wet coat. My long haired GSD actually gets tired with the weight of the water in his coat swimming It is the only thing that tires him ive discovered in 3 yrs

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    I don't mean effort, I mean compaction/compression on joints..No give in the road
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    I have recently gotten a bike trailer for my dog. He's not very big (9.5kgs) so I just got one that you would use for human children and I strap him in with a harness. I mainly got it so we can take him if we go on a bike riding picnic or for a ride down at the beach...

    Haven't used it heaps yet but so far I've just ridden on bike tracks, or on the road if there is a big bike lane and traffic isn't crazy, or if I think it's a bit unsafe then I just ride on the footpath (obviously there's not many people around!)

    He loves it and we call it his little chariot

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    My dog has a lifejacket for when we go proper swimming, I go with her and we go out a lot futher than her usual play in the water.
    If she doesnt wear it she sinks lol

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    We use life jackets too, because our dogs do rescue work
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    Quote Originally Posted by newfsie View Post
    I don't mean effort, I mean compaction/compression on joints..No give in the road
    Gotcha! This is not something i consider as carefully as i might. As Bernie is adult, and not a giant, i never consider the floor surface, as he doesnt seem to. But come to think of it, he only hits roads/pavements occasionally. Mostly its water and bush under him.

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