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    Walking the Dogs

    Believe it or not, the man in this clip takes 16 dogs out for a several mile run while he rides his bike, and then lets them swim in a lake during the run. It's amazing how well trained and disciplined they. They even give the right of way to oncoming dog walkers and stop at the street intersections. If you like animals, especially dogs, you'll enjoy this short clip. Even if you're not an animal or dog person you'll still enjoy it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v...XLLA&vq=medium
    Millard
    ''Life's tough... it's even tougher if you're stupid!'' -- John Wayne


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    Great video - well worth the watch! Thanks...
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    Nice!

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    I wonder what type of dogs they are? It is joyful to watch them.

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    They are sled dogs, but the info does not say what breed they are.
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    In the beginning he has them go on their backs showing he is dominant.
    It is amazing how they watch for his cues and pay attention to the stick.

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    They certainly are well trained but I hope he does a head count when he gets home.

    I saw that they were identified as sled dogs; sometimes dogs that have learned to heal so well have a hard time learning to lead and pull.
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