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My dislocated elbow had healed up enough for me to take the lead dog our director of Canine socialization and energy management with us on the run.  The last couple of weeks my volunteer staff were running the dogs on the mountain.  Today e had all paws and hands on deck.  Carmine took the lead in playing with one of the beardies.  She seemed to be lost without his guidance.  Along today was a Labrador/Poodle.  His owner has gone south for the day and wanted him to have a good time rather then just sitting around at home.  carmine being ever so vigilent, played with both dogs and living up to his title, he showed them where the water hole was and the beardy and him took the plunge. The water hole is about 18 inches deep and 10 feet long with the width being about 20 inches. All dogs enjoyed their experience and showed their gratitude to me. One of the Beardies that I was walking on leash, when the snow got too slippery for me, pulled me back to where there was not as much snow with the surface being dry. In total there were 5 dogs on the run today. 4 of them were off leash.  The fift, is required by law to be leashed and muzzled when in public.

Author: David Diamond

David Diamond, Owner/Head Trainer: I use positive training methods and a firm, caring approach so owners and pets can learn to live together in harmony.

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