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  1. I put my head down to think of a promo video for greyhounds that doesn't ONLY engage the couch potato aspect. I mean, yes our hounds like their couch time but they do other stuff as well. This is what I came up with. Enjoy. https://youtu.be/N75SXv1vdMw
  2. http://youtu.be/SmV7hkFFdx8 And don't worry, she can swim .... and the 'yak is actually very hard to capsize
  3. I made myself a 'selfie stick' out of an old broom handle and a bike handlebar mount and played around with it a little for this one. She is loving all the snacks she gets at these outings!
  4. We rode 7.5 kilometres on Friday night to go to a market with a Halloween theme. Mouse of course was Dracula. Some little kids asked where her fangs were, I said 'all dogs have fangs' - they thought that was very funny and clever we were glad to provide entertainment to all the people who saw us ride by and those who gave Mouse scritches at the market. Here's the vid:
  5. I have a bit of an issue with Mouse. She's quite a drivey dog, and when I get treats out of the cupboard she goes nuts, bouncing around, air snapping, mouthing my arms etc .... by the time I get her focussed on a sit at least, she's expended so much energy she is panting, and I can only get limited work out of her til she is exhausted and just goes and lies down! I really do need to get her to tone it down a bit, as all her jumping and mouthing is a bit much. Should I get the treats and then walk away til she calms down? Do I need to carry treats around all the time and try to avoid the crazy excited stage? Any other suggestions?
  6. The rescue organisation I volunteer for had a 'Pack Walk' yesterday. It was a great opportunity to get together, and there were two pups there - a 6 month old black and white, and a 3 month old blue girl. Of course Mouse and I arrived in style with the dog bike trailer. Here's the video!
  7. http://youtu.be/G3QEG71Bd8A Foster Mouse enjoying my couch in an altogether different way.
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