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I just put my rucksack on tracking collars on and hit the mountains can walk some miles and dogs keep themselves fit go for hours at a time couldn't be dealing with biking them rather walk them fit

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Used to run 7 mile 3 times a week with a terrier and lurcher on the roads so the dogs where always on a lead, one night a cat ran down the street and the dogs decided to change from a leisurely jog to

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I bike to work twice a week with mine. It's about 4 miles with a split of roads an tracks. He will trot to the side of the bike fine. The rest is daily walks and mooch out with other dogs so they can

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I bike to work twice a week with mine. It's about 4 miles with a split of roads an tracks. He will trot to the side of the bike fine. The rest is daily walks and mooch out with other dogs so they can have a good run. Try to get them swimming when out walking too. ATB

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I bike mine at night off the lead on the canal towpath I start them at 3 mile steady trot and build them up to 8 mile, 3 days trotting then give them a rest day with just an hours walk then another 3 days trotting until it's time for some real work.

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