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Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by jaystreetsA4, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. jaystreetsA4

    jaystreetsA4 Top Dog

    anyone ever use a scooter to run a dog to shape it? if so waht are the pros/cons u saw? what visible conditioning +/- you saw?
  2. lockjaw

    lockjaw CH Dog

    pros good execise a skateboard would be better..cons if a black cat crosses your path you will find out why they say its unlucky:D any color cat,dog,hog..ect.
  3. coolhandjean

    coolhandjean CH Dog

    I thought about trying it, but one don't have the money to get a scooter, and two pretty sure Notch would see a squirrel and send me flying. lol...

    but here is a website about the Dogscooter
  4. BoogiemanBlood

    BoogiemanBlood Premium Member Premium Member

    JAY the only scooters i got is every once in a while when the dogs butts itch they drag em on the carpet....."scooters" lmao
  5. Pipbull

    Pipbull Top Dog

    One con is looking like a dork :p

    Just kidding, I think a scooter would be safer than a bike or roller blades. If the dog loses it, you can easily step off the scooter and stop them. But then again, if the dog gets to pulling real fast, you could probably get a lot of speed. Just wear a helmet!
  6. 14rock

    14rock GRCH Dog

    That thing is god awful horrible looking. LOL! We shape out in the sticks, and still, I don't think I'd want even ONE person seeing me on that thing.

    As I told you last night, I prefer handwalking or a bicycle every now and then, to anything motorized. I won't say we haven't utilized atv's and such for the occasional sprint work, but motors through a full keep, are not a good idea. Let the dog set it's pace, recover on it's own, and quit when it's time. It's way too easy to start "just another mile" when the dog is looking done, because your comfortable sitting on your padded cushion, as opposed to hoofing it with them ;)
  7. jaystreetsA4

    jaystreetsA4 Top Dog

  8. coolhandjean

    coolhandjean CH Dog

    ouch, the tinyest of rocks would send you flying.
  9. 14rock

    14rock GRCH Dog

    Oh, one of those. Check Walmart, they are like 20 bucks :p

    I don't know what use it will have in helping shape your dog, but they are fun to get drunk and mess around on! Wear shin-gaurds. LOL

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