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Sled dog training and carrying a really big stick

Sled dog training and carrying a really big stick

Pel

We’ve had some incredible dog walking weather lately. Unfortunately nice weather brings lots of humans out jogging, rollerblading, and skateboarding – a dog walker’s nightmare. Sometimes when I’m dog walking I feel like I’m in a video game and I get points for avoiding potential targets. When we are walking in a ravine, I do my best to get the pack off the path when there’s any oncoming traffic but sometimes it’s a challenge. Check out this video Free Running Sled Dogs. The video showcases the control that sled dog trainer Heini Winter has of his sled dog team as they follow his bike throughout the city and ravines. I’m not sure how he trains his dogs to move to the side of the path but it’s incredible. Maybe I should start carrying a really big stick???

2 Comments
  • emily
    Posted at 23:29h, 15 June Reply

    was he rolling them or playing with them…? he wasn’t violent or forceful, one dog resisted slightly, but he deliberately tipped dogs in a very specific manner.

    • Julie
      Posted at 22:36h, 16 June Reply

      Haha I knew you would notice that. Very odd behaviour on his part.

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