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My Running Buddy is a Dog

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It has been a part of my weekly routine to do some laps over the upper Tampa Bay trail during weekends to keep a fit body and a healthy lifestyle. I usually bring along my favorite companion which is a 5-years old Labrador. It's quite amusing to see other people pass by with their dogs along while escaping the congested city life. I actually use a retractable leash to easily control the movement of Elliot and for safety purposes although he hasn’t hurt anyone. Now I am wondering, am I the only one who enjoys having a dog as my running companion?
 
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It has been a part of my weekly routine to do some laps over the upper Tampa Bay trail during weekends to keep a fit body and a healthy lifestyle. I usually bring along my favorite companion which is a 5-years old Labrador. It's quite amusing to see other people pass by with their dogs along while escaping the congested city life. I actually use a retractable leash to easily control the movement of Elliot and for safety purposes although he hasn’t hurt anyone. Now I am wondering, am I the only one who enjoys having a dog as my running companion?
Off topic,be safe as irma looms.
 
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Walking buddy in training ,we had a husky who loved to walk and I wish I ran that dog.she loved to run if my wife called her.she would take off .I miss that.
 
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Walking buddy in training ,we had a husky who loved to walk and I wish I ran that dog.she loved to run if my wife called her.she would take off .I miss that.
I actually want to have a Husky at home, but my cousin tells me that such type of dog has a bad howling behavior, which I find creepy.
 
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I actually want to have a Husky at home, but my cousin tells me that such type of dog has a bad howling behavior, which I find creepy.
You can train them.Cheyenne howled bit only if we instagated it
She did howl in her sleep at times.she had wolf in her.
 
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It has been a part of my weekly routine to do some laps over the upper Tampa Bay trail during weekends to keep a fit body and a healthy lifestyle. I usually bring along my favorite companion which is a 5-years old Labrador. It's quite amusing to see other people pass by with their dogs along while escaping the congested city life. I actually use a retractable leash to easily control the movement of Elliot and for safety purposes although he hasn’t hurt anyone. Now I am wondering, am I the only one who enjoys having a dog as my running companion?
Very Cool Dogs are a gift from God in my opinion?